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Removing from Solaris

To remove the Management Agent from Solaris, run the following command as root:

# pkgrm SSHmgmtag

The uninstallation will not remove the /etc/opt/ssh-mgmt/agent directory. This should be done separately with command:

# rm -Rf /etc/opt/ssh-mgmt/agent
[Note]Note

If the agent host also has the Management Server installed, the /etc/opt/ssh-mgmt directory contains also server configuration files.

Take a backup of the configuration directory and remove the Management Agent-specific configuration files only:

  • router.dat

  • agent-secsh.dat

  • icb.dat

  • *.fcd* (local file change detection files)


 

 
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