Uninstall Splunk IT Service Intelligence
These steps permanently delete all data associated with your IT Service Intelligence (ITSI) deployment. Do not perform these steps unless you're certain you want to permanently delete your ITSI deployment. If you're uncertain how to proceed, contact Splunk Support for guidance.
Once you uninstall ITSI, you can perform a clean reinstallation. See Install Splunk IT Service Intelligence in this manual.
ITSI doesn't provide an automatic way to clean up the contents for a distributed deployment. To clean a distributed deployment you must perform these steps on individual search heads and indexers.
Step 1: Remove all Splunk apps installed with ITSI
Remove all Splunk apps and add-ons installed with the current or previous versions of ITSI.
Note: Don't remove
Splunk_SA_CIM if they're used by another app, such as Splunk Enterprise Security or Splunk App for VMware. If you remove them, any dependent apps won't function as expected.
Remove apps from standalone or non-clustered distributed environments
- Stop your Splunk platform deployment.
- On all search heads and indexers where ITSI or dependent apps and add-ons are installed, delete all items installed by the ITSI installation package. For example:
cd $SPLUNK_HOME/etc/apps rm -rf DA* rm -rf SA* rm -rf itsi
- Start your Splunk platform deployment.
- Remove any ITSI modules that have been installed independently from ITSI, such as the Splunk ITSI Module for Application Performance Monitoring.
For a complete listing of apps and add-ons installed by the ITSI installation package, see About the ITSI installation package in this manual.
Remove apps from clusters
To delete an app from a search head cluster, you must remove it from the configuration bundle on the deployer. The next time you push the bundle, each cluster member deletes the app from its own file system. For more information, see Where to place the configuration bundle on the deployer in the Splunk Enterprise Distributed Search manual.
To delete an app from an indexer cluster, you must remove it from the deployment location on the cluster master. For more information, see Update common peer configurations and apps in the Splunk Enterprise Managing Indexers and Clusters of Indexers manual.
Step 2: Remove all ITSI indexes
Remove the following ITSI-specific indexes that
SA-IndexCreation places in
Do not remove any indexes that are currently in use by Splunk Enterprise Security or other Splunk apps, including
cd $SPLUNK_HOME/var/lib/splunk rm -rf itsi_* anomaly_detection
Step 3: Delete scheduled backups
Scheduled backups of ITSI are stored in the
To remove the folder, run the following command on all search heads:
rm -rf $SPLUNK_HOME/var/itsi
Configure indexes in ITSI
Before you upgrade IT Service Intelligence
This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® IT Service Intelligence: 4.6.0 Cloud only, 4.6.1 Cloud only, 4.6.2 Cloud only