how to uninstall bitbucket on centos 7 from bash

How to purge Bitbucket on my centos 7 server from bash?

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Hey there!

Check out this doc:

Stash on Linux/Mac

At the very bottom of the page:

Uninstalling Stash

To uninstall Stash, stop Stash as described above and then delete the <Stash installation directory> and Stash home directory.


Good luck!

Thanks, but I guess that's not all, for example happens with the service and home directory?


service atlbitbucket stop
chkconfig atlbitbucket off
userdel -r atlbitbucket
rm -rf /var/atlassian/{bitbucket-directory}/
rm -rf /opt/atlassian/{bitbucket-directory}/

Or is Atlassian directory empty:

rm -rf /var/atlassian/
rm -rf /opt/atlassian/

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