Patchman is installed on your system using the standard package manager. This means that you can easily uninstall the software using this package manager.

CentOS / CloudLinux

Use the yum package management utility with the following command:

yum remove patchman-client
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or

dnf remove patchman-client
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Debian / Ubuntu

Use the apt package management utility with the following command:

apt-get remove patchman-client
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Cancelling the server license

Make sure to cancel the server license in the Patchman Portal. We strongly suggest you do this after removal of the software from your system, because if the software is still running it may automatically request a new license on your account (according to the standard installation procedure).

In the Patchman Portal, go to the server configuration page under Servers. If your plan requires advance notice for cancelling servers, click the red Cancel button to cancel your license and deactivate it per the renewal date. Otherwise, click the red Delete button to immediately remove the server license from your account. This will make sure you are no longer billed for this server.