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Managing Serviceguard Fifteenth Edition > Chapter 7 Cluster and Package Maintenance

Removing Serviceguard from a System


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To remove Serviceguard from a node, use the swremove command.

CAUTION: Remove the node from the cluster first. If you run the swremove command on a server that is still a member of a cluster, it will cause that cluster to halt, and the cluster configuration to be deleted.

To remove Serviceguard:

  1. If the node is an active member of a cluster, halt the node.

  2. If the node is included in a cluster configuration, remove the node from the configuration.

  3. If you are removing Serviceguard from more than one node, issue swremove on one node at a time.

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