Chapter 3. Red Hat Virtualization Manager Related Tasks
3.1. Removing the Red Hat Virtualization Manager
You can use the
engine-cleanup command to remove specific components or all components of the Red Hat Virtualization Manager.
A backup of the engine database and a compressed archive of the PKI keys and configuration are always automatically created. These files are saved under /var/lib/ovirt-engine/backups/, and include the date and
engine-pki- in their file names respectively.
Removing the Red Hat Virtualization Manager
Run the following command on the machine on which the Red Hat Virtualization Manager is installed:
- You are prompted whether to remove all Red Hat Virtualization Manager components:
Enterto remove all components:
Do you want to remove all components? (Yes, No) [Yes]:
Enterto select the components to remove. You can select whether to retain or remove each component individually:
Do you want to remove Engine database content? All data will be lost (Yes, No) [No]: Do you want to remove PKI keys? (Yes, No) [No]: Do you want to remove PKI configuration? (Yes, No) [No]: Do you want to remove Apache SSL configuration? (Yes, No) [No]:
You are given another opportunity to change your mind and cancel the removal of the Red Hat Virtualization Manager. If you choose to proceed, the
ovirt-engineservice is stopped, and your environment’s configuration is removed in accordance with the options you selected.
During execution engine service will be stopped (OK, Cancel) [OK]: ovirt-engine is about to be removed, data will be lost (OK, Cancel) [Cancel]:OK
Remove the Red Hat Virtualization packages:
# yum remove rhvm* vdsm-bootstrap