Uninstalling one clustered Sametime Community Server on AIX, Linux, Solaris, or WindowsAdded by IBM on November 23, 2011 | Version 1 (Original)
|You can uninstall one clustered IBM® Sametime Community Server running on IBM AIX®, Linux®, Oracle Solaris, or Microsoft® Windows®.
You can uninstall one clustered IBM
® Sametime Community Server running on IBM AIX
®, Oracle Solaris, or Microsoft
About this task
Follow these steps to remove one clustered Sametime Community Server from the cluster before uninstalling it.
Parent topic: Uninstalling one clustered server on AIX, Linux, Solaris, or Windows
Removing a cluster of Sametime Community servers on AIX, Linux, Solaris, or Windows
1. Removing a Sametime Community Server from a cluster on AIX, Linux, Solaris, or Windows
Before uninstalling an IBM Sametime Community Server that is part of a cluster administered by the Sametime System Console, remove the server from the cluster.
2. Unregistering a Sametime Community Server node
To remove an IBM
Sametime Community Server from the list of the Sametime System Console's managed servers, run the unregister utility on the server. This step is required before uninstalling a Community Server that you installed without a deployment plan and then registered with the Sametime
System Console later using the registration utility. If you installed the server with a deployment plan, unregistering is only needed if you are performing some other activity that requires removal of the product from the console.
3. Uninstalling a Sametime Community Server node
Follow the instructions for your operating system to uninstall IBM Sametime Community Server.