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Hi,

i'm experiencing delayed reboots shutdowns since uninstalling kernelcare 2.12-2 via Plesk 17.5.3 extensions running on Debian 8.8. Got a green success messages when uninstalling.

But it has not been removed.

Syslog says during shutdown:

Jun 9 10:04:31 vps systemd[1]: Stopping LSB: KernelCare startup...


The File kcare is still present in /etc/init.d and /etc/rc0.d till rc6.d as "K01kcare".

Is there a safe way to remove it? Or is an update planned?

Thanks in advanced.

Matthl
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  1. 09.06.2017 17:06:31
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Matthl Accepted Answer
Played around a bit.

Seems like a simple

apt-get purge kernelcare

after removal of the extension in Plesk is sufficient to remove every file, cronjob, etc., thats related to kernelcare.

Possibly it's necessary to reboot once with the main files in /usr/bin removed in Plesk beforhand. Otherwise purge might deliver an error.

Solved for me.
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