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Confirmation on if the VEM is uninstalled?

I was trying to remove a VEM from one of the ESXi 4.1 host using the following command:

esxcli software vib remove -n cisco-vem-v140-esx --maintenance-mode

but kept getting the following error:

Errors:

Unknown Namespace software

I then tried the running

vem-remove -d

which ran fine and the output (attached) said both unload and removing the VIB.

Now when I run vem status it says no vem found.

Also when I run "esxupdate --vib-view query | grep cisco" now, it shows the module asUninstalled.

I just want a confimation that this VEM would still not play around ...say in case the server rebooted.

If anyone can point me towards a Cisco document which talks about the process of VEM Unistallation, it would highly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

K

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Confirmation on if the VEM is uninstalled?

That should do it.

There is a developer options with I think -s or -r that will clean out more stuff but as long as you have removed the host from the N1KV DVS in vCenter and run vem-remove you should be fine.

louis

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Confirmation on if the VEM is uninstalled?

You have posted this in the wrong forum.  To get better help, move it to the server network forum.

Beginner

Re: Confirmation on if the VEM is uninstalled?

Any help?

Cisco Employee

Confirmation on if the VEM is uninstalled?

That should do it.

There is a developer options with I think -s or -r that will clean out more stuff but as long as you have removed the host from the N1KV DVS in vCenter and run vem-remove you should be fine.

louis

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Beginner

Confirmation on if the VEM is uninstalled?

Thanks alot for the reply, Louis.

Cheers

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