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Uninstalling
How you remove HEAVY.AI depends on how you installed it.

Uninstalling HEAVY.AI from Docker

To uninstall HEAVY.AI in place in Docker, stop and delete the current Docker container.
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    In a terminal window, get the Docker container ID:
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    docker container ls
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    You see output similar to the following. The first entry is the container ID. In this example, it is 9e01e520c30c:
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    CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND CREATED STATUS PORTS NAMES
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    9e01e520c30c mapd/mapd-ee-cpu “/bin/sh -c ‘/mapd...” 3 days ago Up 3 days 0.0.0.0:6273-6274->6273-6274/tcp confident_neumann
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    To see all containers, both running and stopped, use the following command:
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    docker container ls -a
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    Stop the HEAVY.AI Docker container. For example:
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    docker container stop 9e01e520c30c
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    Remove the HEAVY.AI Docker container. This removes unused Docker containers on your system and saves disk space. For example:
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    docker container rm 9e01e520c30c
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Uninstalling HEAVY.AI Using Yum

To uninstall an existing system installed with Yum, you run the Yum remove command and delete your stored data.
To Remove HEAVY.AI using Yum:
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    Stop the HEAVY.AI servers.
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    sudo systemctl stop heavy_web_server
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    sudo systemctl stop heavydb
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    If you have enabled HEAVY.AI services to run automatically on system startup, disable the commands.
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    sudo systemctl disable heavy_web_server
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    sudo systemctl disable heavydb
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    Remove HEAVY.AI.
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    yum remove heavyai
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    4. Delete the $OMNISCI_STORAGE directory.
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    sudo rm -r $OMNISCI_STORAGE
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Uninstalling HEAVY.AI Using Apt

To uninstall an HEAVY.AI instance installed with Apt, you run the Apt remove command and delete your stored data.
To Uninstall HEAVY.AI using Apt:
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    Stop the HEAVY.AI servers.
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    sudo systemctl stop heavy_web_server
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    sudo systemctl stop heavydb
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    If you have enabled HEAVY.AI services to run automatically on system startup, disable the commands.
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    sudo systemctl disable heavy_web_server
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    sudo systemctl disable heavydb
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    Remove HEAVY.AI.
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    apt remove omnisci
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    Delete the HEAVY.AI data store.
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    sudo rm -r $OMNISCI_STORAGE
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Uninstalling HEAVY.AI Installed by Tarball

To uninstall HEAVY.AI installed by a tarball, stop the servers, then delete the $HEAVYAI_PATH directory and $HEAVYAI_STORAGE directories.
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    Stop the HEAVY.AI web server and HEAVY.AI server.
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    sudo systemctl stop heavy_web_server
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    sudo systemctl stop heavydb
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    If you have enabled HEAVY.AI services to run automatically on system startup, disable the commands.
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    sudo systemctl disable heavy_web_server
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    sudo systemctl disable heavydb
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    Delete the HEAVY.AI data store
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    sudo rm -r $HEAVYAI_STORAGE
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    Delete the HEAVY.AI Path
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    sudo rm -r $HEAVYAI_PATH
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