Uninstalling Sisense from Linux
If you need to remove Sisense, there are several options available to you from the Sisense config.yaml file you configured when you originally set up Sisense on Linux. You can remove Sisense, remove the Kubernetes cluster, or delete all your Sisense data.
To remove Sisense, you need to edit the config.yaml file from the Linux terminal and modify any of the following values:
- Uninstall_cluster: Enter true to remove the Kubernetes infrastructure and Sisense services.
- Uninstall_sisense: Enter true to uninstall Sisense services, but leave your Kubernetes infrastructure in case it's needed in the future. This deletes Sisense, but leaves your Sisense user data and ElastiCube models.
- Remove_user_data: Enter true to delete all user data. This deletes your ElastiCube models, application database, message broker, and add-ons.
To remove Sisense completely, enter true for each of the parameters described above in the config.yaml file. For more information, see Step 4: Initializing Sisense on Linux.