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wiki:guides:admins:removing_the_easa_service [2016/12/06 06:01]
Brian Collins
wiki:guides:admins:removing_the_easa_service [2016/12/08 05:52] (current)
Brian Collins
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-====== ​Removing ​the EASA Service ======+====== ​Remove ​the EASA Service ======
  
 Remove a prior EASA service before installing a new  EASA service. ​ Remove a prior EASA service before installing a new  EASA service. ​
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 ===== EASA 4.2.1 and later on Windows ===== ===== EASA 4.2.1 and later on Windows =====
  
-  *Log on to the EASA Server as Administrator. +  *Log on to the **EASA Server** as **Administrator**
-  * Open a Windows command prompt ​and change directories ​to the location of the EASA service installation executable file by entering the following command+  * Open a Windows command prompt
- +    * '​Change directory' ​to the location of the EASA service installation executable file: 
-   cd <​EASAROOT>/​tomcat/​bin+      * **cd <​EASAROOT>/​tomcat/​bin**
  
   * At the prompt, enter the following command to remove the EASA service:   * At the prompt, enter the following command to remove the EASA service:
- +    * **service remove**
-   service remove +
- +
-The EASA service has now been removed.+
  
 ---- ----
 ===== EASA 3.0 through 4.2 on Windows ===== ===== EASA 3.0 through 4.2 on Windows =====
  
-  * Log on to the **EASA Server** as Administrator. +  * Log on to the **EASA Server** as **Administrator**
-  * Open a Windows command prompt ​and change directories ​to the location of the EASA service installation executable file by entering the following command+  * Open a Windows command prompt
- +    *'​Change directory' ​to the location of the EASA service installation executable file: 
-   cd <​EASAROOT>/​tomcat/​bin+      ***cd <​EASAROOT>/​tomcat/​bin**
  
   * At the prompt, enter the following command to remove the EASA service:   * At the prompt, enter the following command to remove the EASA service:
- +        * **UninstallService**
-   UninstallService +
- +
-The EASA service has now been removed.+
  
 ---- ----
 ===== EASA 3.0 and later on Linux ===== ===== EASA 3.0 and later on Linux =====
  
-  *Log on to the EASA Server as root.+  *Log on to the **EASA Server** as **root**.
  
-  * Open a shell window ​and change directories ​to the location of the EASA service installation executable file by entering the following command:+  * Open a shell window
 +    *'​Change directory' ​to the location of the EASA service installation executable file: 
 +        ***cd /​etc/​init.d**
  
-   cd /etc/init.d+  * Remove the easa symbolic link: 
 +      * **rm easa**
  
-  * Remove the easa symbolic ​link by entering the following command:+  ​* '​Change directory'​ to the directory appropriate for the EASA service run level.  
 +    *For run level 3: 
 +      *cd **/​etc/​rc.d/​rc3.d** 
 +    *For run level 5: 
 +      * **cd /​etc/​rc.d/​rc5.d** 
 +    ​* Remove the symbolic ​links: 
 +      * **rm S<​num>​easa** 
 +      * **rm K<​num>​easa**
  
-   rm easa +Where **<​num>​** is an integer number used when installing the service.
- +
-  ​Next, you need to change directories to the directory appropriate for the run level at which the EASA service was installed to run. For run level 3, enter the following command: +
- +
-   cd /​etc/​rc.d/​rc3.d +
- +
-or for run level 5, enter the following command: +
- +
-   cd /​etc/​rc.d/​rc5.d +
- +
-  ​Remove the symbolic links by entering the following commands: +
- +
-   rm S<num>easa +
-   rm K<​num>​easa +
- +
-where ''<​num>'' ​is the integer number used when installing the service+
- +
-The EASA service has now been removed.+
  
 ---- ----
 ===== EASA 2.0 and 2.1 Windows ===== ===== EASA 2.0 and 2.1 Windows =====
  
-  * Log on to the **EASA Server** as Administrator+  * Log on to the **EASA Server** as **Administrator**.
- +
-  ​Open a Windows command prompt and change directories to the location of the Tomcat service installation executable file by entering the following command: +
- +
-   cd <//​EASAROOT//>/​tomcat4/​bin +
- +
-  ​Next, enter the following command to remove the Tomcat service:+
  
-   ​UninstallService+  * Open a Windows command prompt and '​change directory'​ to the location of the Tomcat service installation executable file: 
 +    ***cd <//​EASAROOT//>/​tomcat4/​bin** 
 +  * Next, enter the following command to remove the Tomcat service:  
 +    ***UninstallService**
  
-The Tomcat service has now been removed.