Today I came across with a bit of a problem while trying to remove Redis 2.6 from one of my servers. The problem was, when I was installing at the first time I used make install (Source build) instead of apt-get install (from repository). Since the make file didn’t had a un-install option, I had to remove it manually. In this post I will guide you through both uninstallation methods, You can chose the suitable method depending on how you installed it.
If you use apt-get
You can simply type below command in your terminal. This will remove the redis-server package and any other dependant packages which are no longer needed (Because of --auto-remove). And also it will delete your local/config files for redis-server (Because of purge).
sudo apt-get purge --auto-remove redis-server
If you used makefile
This is where it gets bit tricky. Because you will have to manually remove installed files. Here is how to do it; Continue reading How to uninstall Redis server from Ubuntu