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Uninstall postgres 7.4

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Hello list,

What's the "right" way to uninstall postgres 7.4 in Linux (RH 8)?.

Thanks in advance

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Nov 12 '05 #1
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On Fri, 12 Dec 2003, Josué Maldonado wrote:
Hello list,

What's the "right" way to uninstall postgres 7.4 in Linux (RH 8)?.


That really depends on how it was installed. If installed via RPM, then
you do 'rpm -e postgrespackagenameshere'. If it was installed from
source, 'make uninstall'. or rm -Rf /usr/local/pgsql or whereever else you
might have installed it to.
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Nov 12 '05 #2

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Hello Scott,

I forgot to mention that, it was installed from source. Thanks for
anwsering.
scott.marlowe wrote:
On Fri, 12 Dec 2003, Josué Maldonado wrote:

Hello list,

What's the "right" way to uninstall postgres 7.4 in Linux (RH 8)?.

That really depends on how it was installed. If installed via RPM, then
you do 'rpm -e postgrespackagenameshere'. If it was installed from
source, 'make uninstall'. or rm -Rf /usr/local/pgsql or whereever else you
might have installed it to.

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Josué Maldonado

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Nov 12 '05 #3

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