Linux-UNIX: Uninstalling S-TAP agent with GIM Setup by Client
Learn how to uninstall the S-TAP® agent and the GIM bundle from the database server. If S-TAP was installed with GIM it's highly recommend to uninstall with GIM. Otherwise you would need to manually remove the S-TAP folder from the GIM directory on the DB server.
Before you begin
- Verify that the GIM client on the database server is communicating with the Guardium system.
- If the database is using an exit library, disable the exit library, and then delete the exit library.
- If A-TAP is active, de-activate it before uninstalling the S-TAP. See Linux-UNIX: A-TAP activate, deactivate and DB stop, restart guidelines.
- Navigate to .
- In the Choose clients section, select the database servers from which you are uninstalling the S-TAP. Select individual clients using check boxes in the table, or use the Select client group menu to select a group of clients. Click Next to continue.
In the Choose bundle section, select the bundle you want to uninstall
from the drop-down list.
The Configure Clients row shows the number of clients that have that specific bundle running. Click Next to continue.
- You can filter the clients, for example, by name, module, Selected bundle actions, and client OS. The resulting selection is persistent; the action is applied only to the filtered list of clients. You can see that the number of clients in the Choose Clients section is greater than the number in Configure Clients section.
- Clear the Show only latest versions checkbox to view and work with earlier versions of a bundle.
- Clear the Show only bundles checkbox to identify individual modules within a bundle.
- Select the Show only compatible clients checkbox to hide clients that are not compatible with the selected bundle.
- Click Uninstall. The system asks for confirmation. Click Yes.
- Reboot the database server to remove K-TAP from the drivers.