I have PostgreSQL 9.4 installed on my Mac OS 10.10.3. I want to completely uninstall it, including any databases, settings, and remnants that might be on my computer.
What I have tried:
- There is no /Library/Postgres folder. There is no uninstall feature.
- If I drag the applications to the trash bins, I just delete the icons. I don't uninstall anything.
- Using "brew" in Terminal doesn't do anything.
In my Applications folder is:
SQL Shell (psql)
a folder called "PostgreSQL 9.4 (other)" which contains 4 PDF documents.
How do I get rid of this? Thanks so much for your help!
How did you install PostgreSQL 9.4? Did you install this: http://postgresapp.com/
I see you tried to remove it w/ Homebrew which likely means you used a 3rd party tool to install it.
1. If you used Homebrew to install PG, use it to uninstall it.
2. If you just installed the native OS X installer, all you do is drag that app from your /Applications directory unto the trash and THAT IS IT!