Uninstall Web Services Proxy

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To remove the Web Services Proxy and Unified Manager, you can use any mode (Graphical, Console, Silent, or RPM file), regardless of what method you used to install the proxy.

Graphical mode uninstall

You can run the uninstall in Graphical mode for either Windows or Linux. In Graphical mode, the prompts appear in a Windows-style interface.

Steps
  1. Launch the uninstall for either Windows or Linux, as follows:

    • Windows — Go to the directory that contains the uninstall_web_services_proxy uninstall file. The default directory is at the following location: C:/Program Files/NetApp/SANtricity Web Services Proxy/. Double-click uninstall_web_services_proxy.exe.

      Note Alternatively, you can go to Control Panel  Programs  Uninstall a program, and then select "NetApp SANtricity Web Services Proxy."
    • Linux — Go to the directory that contains the Web Services Proxy uninstall file. The default directory is at the following location:
      /opt/netapp/santricity_web_services_proxy/uninstall_web_services_proxy

  2. Run the following command:

    uninstall_web_services_proxy -i gui

    The SANtricity Web Services Proxy splash screen appears.

  3. From the Uninstall dialog box, click Uninstall.

    The Uninstaller progress bar appears and shows the progress.

  4. When the Uninstall Complete message appears, click Done.

Console mode uninstall

You can run the uninstall in Console mode for either Windows or Linux. In Console mode, the prompts appear in the terminal window.

Steps
  1. Go to the uninstall_web_services_proxy directory.

  2. Run the following command:

    uninstall_web_services_proxy -i console

    The uninstall process starts.

  3. When the uninstall is complete, press Enter to exit the installer.

Silent mode uninstall

You can run the uninstall in Silent mode for either Windows or Linux. In Silent mode, no return messages or scripts appear in the terminal window.

Steps
  1. Go to the uninstall_web_services_proxy directory.

  2. Run the following command:

    uninstall_web_services_proxy -i silent

    The uninstall process runs, but no return messages or scripts appear in the terminal window. After Web Services Proxy is successfully uninstalled, a command prompt appears in the terminal window.

RPM command uninstall (Linux only)

You can use an RPM command to uninstall the Web Services Proxy from a Linux system.

Steps
  1. Open a terminal window.

  2. Enter the following command line:

    rpm -e santricity_webservices

    Note The uninstall process might leave files that were not part of the original installation. Manually delete these files to remove Web Services Proxy completely.