Removing Service Impact
- Log in to the Control Center master host as a user with Control Center CLI privileges.
Create a snapshot:
serviced service snapshot Zenoss.resmgrOn completion, the serviced command returns the ID of the new snapshot. If the installation of a ZenPack fails, you can restore the snapshot created in this step. For more information about restoring a snapshot, refer to the Control Center Reference Guide.
Stop the Zenoss services, and then verify that
the services are stopped.
Stop Resource Manager.
serviced service stop Zenoss.resmgr/Zenoss
Wait until all services are stopped.
Use the watch command to monitor the stop.
watch serviced service status Zenoss.resmgr/Zenoss
- Stop Resource Manager.
Start the services that are
required for the removal of Service Impact.
serviced service start zeneventserver zope
Remove the ZenPacks.zenoss.Impact ZenPack.
Removing the ZenPack also removes the zenimpactstate service.
serviced service run zope zenpack-manager \ uninstall ZenPacks.zenoss.Impact
Stop and remove the Infrastructure/Impact service, and then
remove the ZenPacks.zenoss.ImpactServer ZenPack.
Stop the Infrastructure/Impact service, then wait 10
serviced service stop Infrastructure/Impact
Remove the Infrastructure/Impact service.
serviced service remove Infrastructure/Impact
Remove the ZenPack.
serviced service run zope zenpack-manager \ uninstall ZenPacks.zenoss.ImpactServer
- Stop the Infrastructure/Impact service, then wait 10 seconds.
Restart all Zenoss services:
serviced service restart Zenoss.resmgr/Zenoss