Page created: 12 Sep 2019 |
Page updated: 18 Mar 2020
- Ensure you are logged on to your system with appropriate privileges to uninstall an application.
Stop and disable the PingFederate service.
- PingFederate systemd service
- Use the following systemctl commands to stop and
disable the PingFederate systemd service:
systemctl stop pingfederate ;\ systemctl disable pingfederate ;\ systemctl daemon-reload
- You can also remove the PingFederate systemd unit file
(pingfederate.service) from the systemd unit
files directory (/etc/systemd/system) prior to
- PingFederate SysV initialization script
- On a Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) server, you can use the Service Configuration utility to stop and disable the PingFederate service.
- Alternatively, you can stop the service using the
service command (
service pingfederate stop) and disable the service by removing any symbolic links from various initialization directories.
- You can also remove the PingFederate SysV initialization script (pingfederate) from the SysV initialization directory (/etc/rc.d/init.d).
The exact directory locations may vary, depending on the operating system. Consult your system administrators, as needed.
- Optional: Remove the PingFederate installation directory (<pf_install>).