Uninstalling the PHP agent

This document provides steps for uninstalling the New Relic PHP agent for the following systems:

Uninstalling the agent

When uninstalling New Relic from a PHP application, you must remove the New Relic agent and also remove associated New Relic configuration files.

To uninstall the PHP agent from your system:

  1. Remove the agent files from your system:
    RedHat or CentOS

    Run the newrelic-install script with no options and select the uninstall option from the main menu when invoking the script.

    Ubuntu or Debian

    Use apt-get to remove the agent:

    apt-get remove newrelic-php5
  2. Remove any remaining New Relic configuration files. Use the newrelic-install or apt-get remove commands with the purge option.

    newrelic-install purge

    OR

    apt-get remove --purge newrelic
    
  3. If you use a package manager, remove files specific to the manager:

    RedHat or CentOS

    Using yum:

    sudo yum purge newrelic-php5

    Using rpm (32-bit):

    rpm -e newrelic-php5-common-X.X.X.X (YOUR VERSION #)-1.noarch.rpm newrelic-daemon-X.X.X.X (YOUR VERSION NUMBER)-1.i386.rpm newrelic-php5-X.X.X.X-1.i386.rpm
    

    Using rpm (64-bit):

    rpm -e newrelic-php5-common-X.X.X.X (VERSION NUMBER)-1.noarch.rpm newrelic-daemon-X.X.X.X (YOUR VERSION NUMBER)-1.x86_64.rpm newrelic-php5-X.X.X.X-1.x86_64.rpm
    
    Ubuntu or Debian

    Using apt-get:

    sudo apt-get purge newrelic-php5

    Using dpkg (32-bit):

    dpkg -P newrelic-php5-common_X.X.X.X (YOUR VERSION NUMBER)_all.deb newrelic-daemon_X.X.X.X_i386.deb newrelic-php5_X.X.X.X_i386.deb
    

    Using dpkg (64-bit):

    dpkg -P newrelic-php5-common_X.X.X.X (YOUR VERSION NUMBER)_all.deb newrelic-daemon_X.X.X.X_amd64.deb newrelic-php5_X.X.X.X_amd64.deb
  4. Restart your web servers (Apache, Nginx, PHP-FPM, etc.).

For more help

Additional documentation resources include:

Join the discussion about PHP in the New Relic Online Technical Community! The Technical Community is a public platform to discuss and troubleshoot your New Relic toolset.

If you need additional help, get support at support.newrelic.com.