This guide illustrates the process of removing the cPanel Cache Manager from your server. This is particularly useful when uninstalling NGINX and no longer requiring cache management from cPanel.
This procedure necessitates “root” access, typically available in a VPS hosting environment.
Let us follow the steps to uninstall the cPanel Cache Manager-
- Login to the server as the root user through SSH.
- Execute the following command to uninstall the cPanel Cache Manager-
yum remove imh-cpanel-cache-manager
- The below message will appear, respond by entering “y” for yes and then press the enter key.
Remove 1 Package
Installed size: 2.3 M
Is this ok [y/N]: y
- The removal of the cPanel Cache Manager is confirmed with a success message, typically displayed as “Complete!”
That’s all there is to it! This method allows you to uninstall the cPanel Cache Manager. For detailed instructions on installing the cPanel Cache Manager, please visit our Knowledge Base article. Be sure to check back regularly for more informative articles. We hope you found this information helpful.