Delete all devices in AirWave database

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I'm looking for the quickest way to delete all the devices in AMP.

I did a manual scan for 14 of my 180 controllers (each a seperate network/subnet), and a .csv import of the remaining 166 controllers. AMP is only automatically detecting the APs connected to the 14 manually added controllers.

At this point I'd like to wipe out everything and start over - most likely just manually adding the networks to discover. Is there an easy way to do this, or do I need to just flatten the server and reinstall from scratch?

Answer

This is the process for deleting all of your data from an AirWave server:

# disable_amp
# bootstrap_db.pl
# enable_amp
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Be warned, though, that this isn't the same as reinsatlling from scratch. You may find remnants of your old data in a few places on the file system. For example, not all log files will be deleted. 

 

 

trandall

The bootstrap_db.pl command does not work (at least not in 7.7) - is there another way of doing this?

I just performed this on AMP 8.2.1.1 and I had to enter the "/usr/local/airwave/bin" directory before issuing the bootstrap_db command.  Notice that there is also no ".pl" suffix on the bootstrap_db command.

 

disable_amp
cd /usr/local/airwave/bin
./bootstrap_db
enable_amp
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