On this post we will see how to uninstall OptimumCache on CloudLinux based servers. OptimumCache boost your server and app performance by at least 30% on most cases. OptimumCache is the perfect solution for those who need to increase server performance, reduce server load and boost popular apps speeds like WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, etc.
However, if you ever need to remove it, here is the definitive solution to uninstall optimumcache.
How can I uninstall optimumcache?
In order to remove or uninstall optimumcache, you will have to run the following command:
rpm --erase optimumcache
If you are running OptimumCache prior to version 0.2-11, you will also need to remove the optimumcache image files manually by deleting this files:
rm /var/share/optimumcache/optimumcache.image rm /var/share/optimumcache/DiskDescriptor.xml rm /var/share/optimumcache/DiskDescriptor.xml.lck
Or if you are using a customized path for your images:
rm /path/to/ploop/image/file rm /path/to/ploop/image/DiskDescriptor.xml rm /path/to/ploop/image/DiskDescriptor.xml.lck
That should be all. This way you can remove OptimumCache easily from your CloudLinux or cPanel server.