How to uninstall Jenkins?

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Hi Team,

I have configured Jenkins in the Linux system. Now I want to uninstall the Jenkins server. How can I do that?

Oct 25 in Jenkins by akhtar
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Hi@akhtar,

You need to run the below command from your command line. This command may require an admin password.

'/Library/Application Support/Jenkins/Uninstall.command'

It may be necessary to do this with admin privileges using Sudo.

answered Oct 25 by MD
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