Era Uninstallation

  • 25 June 2021
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Era is a database as a service (DBaaS) that automates and simplifies database administration, bringing one-click simplicity and invisible operations to database provisioning and life cycle management.

Era enables database administrators to perform operations such as database registration, provisioning, cloning, patching, restore and much more. It allows administrators to define standards for their database provisioning needs with end-state driven functionality that includes High Availability (HA) database deployments.

Era allows multi-cluster database management. Database administration for different databases across multiple Nutanix clusters can be performed with a single Era instance. With the extension of support for Nutanix clusters, you can now use all the capabilities of Era on Nutanix clusters (both cloud and on-prem).

Procedure:

  1. In the dropdown list of the main menu, select Databases. Go to Sources, select all the databases and click Remove to remove all the databases from Era. Clicking Remove starts the database removal operation. You can view the progress of the operation on the Operations page.

  1. In the drop-down list of the main menu, select Databases. Go to clones, select all the database clones, and click delete to remove all the database clones from Era.

  1. In the drop-down list of the main menu, select Time Machines. Select the time machines for all the source databases and click Delete to remove all the database clones.

  1. In the drop down list of the main menu, select Database Server VMs. Go to List, select all the database server VMs and click Remove to remove all the database server VMs from Era. If the dialogue box appears, select the check box to delete all the VMs from the cluster if the Vms are not needed.

  1. In the drop-down list of the main menu, select Profiles. Go to software, select all the software profiles and click Delete to remove all the profiles from Era. Wait for all the database and database server VM removal operations to finish.

  1. From Prism, delete the Era VM from the cluster.


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