Remove Fisheye and Crucible


Running RHEL 5.10 (x32) and we have Fisheye and Crucible running on it and we want to remove both.

I've looked under /opt/fecru-2.3.1/bin and don't see a way to remove either one.  I was successful in stopping Fisheye. 

Can anyone help here?


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In order to uninstall you have to remove:

  • home directory containing FishEye/Crucible binaries - in your case it seems to be /opt/fecru-2.3.1
  • instance directory containing FishEye/Crucible data ($FISHEYE_INST) - in case you did not set it, it will be the same as home
  • database - in case you had an external database set up

I'm not an expert by any means, but I just struggled through an upgrade of Crucible.  I found that even after installing the new version, the Windows Service still existed, and referred to the old installation.  I followed the instructions I found at How to Geek to remove the service.

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