Uninstalling Confluence from Linux
This page describes the procedure for uninstalling Confluence, which had been installed using the Linux Installer.
To uninstall Confluence from Linux:
- Open a Linux console.
- Change directory (
cd) to your Confluence installation directory.
- Execute the command
uninstall. This command must be executed as the same user account that was used to install Confluence with the Linux Installer.
- Follow the prompts to uninstall Confluence from your computer.
- The uninstaller will not delete the Confluence Home Directory.
- All log files that were generated while Confluence was running will not be deleted.
- All files within the Confluence Installation Directory will be deleted (with the exception of the Tomcat
logfolder located in the Confluence Installation Directory).
- The uninstaller can be made to operate in unattended mode by specifying the
-qoption — i.e.
- If you wish to re-install Confluence in 'unattended mode', do not uninstall your previous installation of Confluence just yet. See Using the Silent Installation Feature for more information.