Uninstalling SQLstream s-Server
You should always uninstall SQLstream before installing a newer version or patch.
To uninstall s-Server, either log in as root (CentOS/Redhat) or use sudo (Debian/Ubuntu), navigate to the directory in which you installed s-Server and enter the following command:
where "SQLSTREAM_HOME" is the name of the installation directory, such as opt/sqlstream/5.1.0.XXX.
Note: You can also uninstall in text mode by appending --mode text to the above command.
s-Server asks for your verification by displaying the following dialog box:
When you click Yes, all s-Server components are uninstalled. When the process ends, it displays this dialog box:
It is then possible to install your new or upgraded version of SQLstream.
The processes for uninstalling s-Studio or client tools in a standalone installation are different. See the topics Uninstalling s-Studio in a standalone installation and Uninstalling clienttools in a standalone installation in this guide for more details.