Uninstalling Redis Enterprise Software (RS) involves a few steps. Here are the instructions for a standard Linux installation:
Stop all the databases:
For each database in the RS installation, you need to stop it before you can uninstall RS. You can use the
rladmin command-line interface to stop the database.
Remove the RS installation package: On the node where you want to remove RS, run:
depending on the package manager your system is using. This command removes the RS software package and leaves the data directories intact.
Remove RS directories:
If you want to completely remove all RS files and directories, delete the
Remove the RS user and group: If you want to also remove the RS user and group, run:
Please note that these steps will result in permanent deletion of all data, including all databases. Be sure to back up any important data before proceeding with these steps.
Reference: Redis Labs Documentation