Uninstallation

Contents

Introduction

Disabling OverOps

--Restarting the OverOps Collector

--Disabling Automatic Attach

Uninstalling

--Linux

--Windows

--macOS

 

Introduction

If you'd like to uninstall OverOps, it's a simple process.

 

Disabling OverOps

Restarting the OverOps Collector

If you want to close or restart the OverOps Collector, do the following:

  • On Windows – Run services.msc and start/stop TakipiService.
  • On Linux – To stop it run:

    sudo /opt/takipi/etc/takipi-stop

     and to start it run:

    sudo /opt/takipi/etc/takipi-start

  • On Mac – To stop it run:
    sudo launchctl unload /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.takipi.service.plist

    and to start it run:

    sudo launchctl load /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.takipi.service.plist

Disabling automatic attach of OverOps agent (“Picked up JAVA_TOOL_OPTIONS”)

To make the installation process as easy as possible, OverOps automatically connects to all running JVMs on Linux machines. However, if you want to manually choose which JVMs to monitor, you can disable this feature by running this command:

/opt/takipi/etc/takipi-disable-auto-attach

After disabling this feature, if you want OverOps to monitor any process on your machine, you’ll need to manually connect it.

Uninstalling

Linux

To completely remove OverOps from your machine run the following command from your shell –

sudo /opt/takipi/etc/uninstall

Windows

To uninstall go to Add / Remove Programs in the Windows control panel and remove OverOps.

macOS

To uninstall run the following command from your terminal –

sudo /Library/Takipi/etc/uninstall.sh

 

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