Removing NFO

Procedure

NFO Virtual Appliance
RPM Installation
TAR Installation
Windows Installation
NFO Virtual Appliance

Manually remove the NetFlow Optimizer virtual appliance files from the hypervisor.

RPM Installation

To begin the removal of NFO RPM installation, perform the following:

  1. Open a web browser and go to the NFO URL, entering the NFO hostname or IP address

  2. Example: https://<nfo-host>:8443

  3. Click on the ‘Stop’ button at the top of the page to stop the server

  4. The ‘Play’ button will turn grey indicating that the NetFlow Optimizer has stopped

  5. Open a shell prompt and enter the following command to begin the uninstall rpm –e flowintegrator

  6. Remove the install path if the full uninstall needed rm -rf <directory>

TAR Installation

To begin the removal of NFO TAR installation, perform the following:

  1. Open a web browser and go to the NFO URL, entering the NFO hostname or IP address Example: https://<nfo-host>:8443

  2. Click on the ‘Stop’ button at the top of the page to stop the server

  3. The ‘Play’ button will turn grey indicating that the NetFlow Optimizer has stopped

  4. Go to the existing installation directory <install_dir>/flowintegrator and enter the following command to begin the uninstall ./setup.sh -u

  5. Leave the installation directory cd ..

  6. Remove the install path if the full uninstall needed rm -rf <install_dir>/flowintegrator

Windows Installation

To begin the removal of NFO Windows installation, perform the following:

  1. Go to Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features and select the NetFlow Optimizer program

  2. Follow the steps to uninstall the program

NOTE: You may need to manually remove the NetFlow Optimizer files from the installation directory prior to restarting the system.