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Uninstalling Jira in the root level

Hi I have installed Jira in the Root level and I want to remove that from the root and install it again on a regular basis and when I'm trying to uninstall with the uninstall command, it gives me an error saying command not found. 

What is the problem, why doesn't it work?



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What do you mean by "root level"?  Where did you install it, and what is the full error message you get on uninstall? 

I have installed it on the test server being a root user

I have to install it not being a root user, that is without entering sudo su - 

Unfortunately, I haven't been able to uninstall Jira there by going to the directory where I installed Jira and giving the command "uninstall" as given by the Atlassian documentation. It gives me the error "Command not found"

I don't think the docs say anything about running an uninstall on a Linux machine.

To remove a linux install, delete the installation and home directories, and the /etc/init.d links if it created it for startup/shutdown on boot.


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