Consult the Foglight Upgrade Guide for detailed upgrade instructions.
This section topic describes how to completely uninstall the Agent Manager and remove the init.d script used to run the Agent Manager as a daemon or the Foglight™ Agent Manager Windows® service.
IMPORTANT: Stop the Agent Manager using the init.d script, then remove the init.d script before uninstalling the Agent Manager.
1 Launch a command shell on the Agent Manager machine and navigate to <fglam_home>/state/default/.
2 Switch to the root user and run the script fglam-init-script-installer.sh with the remove option:
IMPORTANT: This script must be run as root.The setup script fglam-init-script-installer.sh removes the init.d script dell-fglam and all known symlinks to the dell-fglam script. See for the location from which it is removed.
1 Launch a Command Prompt window on the Agent Manager machine and navigate to the <fglam_home>\bin directory.
IMPORTANT: On Windows 7 and Vista, you must issue the command to manually remove the Agent Manager as a Windows service using an administrator version of cmd.exe or PowerShell (not just logged in as administrator).
2 Run the Agent Manager from the command-line with the --remove-service option:
2 Delete the installation directory (referred to as <fglam_home> in this chapter section) and any state directories related to this installation.
NOTE: On HP-UX, you cannot unlink a binary used for paging. This means that even if you stop the program that is using the shared library, if HP-UX has it cached, you cannot delete the file.
The Agent Manager saves its log files in the <fglam_home>/state/<state_name>/logs directory.
In addition to the installation log file, Install*.log, that contains messages logged during the installation, the Agent Manager also provides the following log files:
• FglAM*.log contains messages logged during run-time.
• quest-runner*.log contains messages logged by the external process runner.
• quest-watchdog*.log contains information from the Agent Manager self-monitoring watchdog process.
• auditor/SecurityAudit*.log contains information about agent activities needed for agent developers and Dell Support.
Why does the message “Created system preferences directory in java.home” appear after I finish installing the Agent Manager on AIX?This is a benign log message from JavaTM that appears when you finish installing the Agent Manager on AIX®. Java performs the action described the first time a specific user runs Java on a machine.