8.4. Uninstall JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 From an RPM Installation

  1. Log into the server.

    Log into the server where JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 is installed and gain root access.
  2. Optional: Create a list of files and directories created by the RPM installation.

    To create a list of files and directories created by the RPM installation, run the command rpm -ql jboss-eap6 > /tmp/jbeap6.txt. The reason to do this step is because removing the RPM may not remove all of these files and directories from your system. You may need to remove some of them by hand.
  3. Remove the package with the yum command.

    Use the YUM groupremove command to remove the jboss-eap6 group.
    yum groupremove jboss-eap6
  4. Optional: Check for and remove files or directories that were not removed by the yum groupremove command.

    Check the list of files and directories created by the rpm -ql command above. Remove any that were not removed automatically.
Result

JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 is uninstalled from your server.