The following steps guide you through the ArcGIS Server silent uninstallation process on Linux. Performing a silent installation of ArcGIS Server doesn't require an X display or user interaction during the installation process.
- Stop ArcGIS Server by:
Executing the stopserver script (based on the default installation location):
- Using the shortcut on your desktop environment: ArcGIS > Stop ArcGIS Server
- If ArcGIS Server is configured to be started with the operating system, follow the steps below to remove the daemon:
- Switch to root user.
- Remove the daemons by executing the commands appropriate for your operating system::
If your operating system supports systemd, run these commands to remove links in /etc/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants:
systemctl disable arcgisserver.service rm -f /etc/systemd/system/arcgisserver.service
If ArcGIS Server is installed on a Red Hat Linux machine that supports SysV, run these commands:
$ chkconfig --del arcgisserver $ rm -f /etc/rc.d/init.d/arcgisserver
If ArcGIS Server is installed on a SUSE Linux machine that supports SysV, run these commands:
$ insserv -r arcgisserver $ rm -f /etc/init.d/arcgisserver
- End the root user session.
- Execute the uninstallation script as shown below (based on default installation location):
The uninstaller does not remove configuration, log, and user-created files.