Uninstalling a Nominode

Uninstalling a Nominode

Shutting down a Nominode and Removing the Nominode software

  1. Open a local, telnet or ssh session with your server.
  2. Navigate to the folder where the Nominode software was installed and execute this command:
    ./docker-compose down -v
  3. Then navigate to a different folder and recursively remove the install folder and its contents.
    For example, if the recommended installation location was used:
    rm -rf /opt/nomnomdata/nominode

Removing Docker

  1. Follow the instructions listed in the Uninstall Old Versions section of the Docker Engine documentation for your platform available at https://docs.docker.com/install/
  2. For example, the uninstall steps for Ubuntu are listed here:
    https://docs.docker.com/install/linux/docker-ce/ubuntu/#uninstall-old-versions

Removing curl and bzip2

  1. Use the package removal steps specific to your operating system.
  2. For example, package removal steps for Ubuntu are listed here:
    https://linux4one.com/how-to-uninstall-programs-from-ubuntu-system/


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