So I installed gitlab-ce on my Ubuntu server via the instructions to run these commands
curl -sS https://packages.gitlab.com/install/repositories/gitlab/gitlab-ce/script.deb.sh | sudo bash
sudo apt-get install gitlab-ce
And then I did gitlab-ctl reconfigure
I finally was able to stop enough processes to actually apt-get remove gitlab-ce but there is A TON of residual software (Unicorn Server, Redis, Sidekiq, Postgres, etc…) installed on my system under the /opt/gitlab and /var/opt/gitlab directories that are still there.
What is the correct and FULL way to uninstall everything that was installed with the above install script? I don’t want any of the residual software left on my system.
It took me about 20+ minutes to finally stop all the TONS of crap that was running alongside gitlab, to finaly free up my port 80 and re-run my Apache server which was my production web-server that was offline as a result of my regreatble Gitlab install… Its my fault for installing it alongside my production web-server for 5-10 mission critical sites, but I finally was able to restart my apache server without getting port 80 conflict errors - but I have not ofund a way to remove the residual gitlab-ce software off my system.
I did not want to just start deleting those gitlab folders I mentioned above, and corrupting / orphaning the remaining software that (I would assume) was installed into other locations aside from /opt/gitlab and /var/opt/gitlab.
Any help would be much apreciated - because I have a strong suspicion that all those servers will start back up if I ever do a system restart and cause me the same issues.
Is there another script (a sister script to the one I installed Gitlab with - https://packages.gitlab.com/install/repositories/gitlab/gitlab-ce/script.deb.sh ) that I can use to uninstall everything that it installed initially.