What is the systemd-approved method for removing e.g. sidekiq.service from
Note, there are many related discussions on this topic such as this one which I have already read: https://superuser.com/questions/513159/how-to-remove-systemd-services
My point of confusion is that the most-accepted answer in the above discussion requires the user to manually
rm files from a bunch of locations, but a later answer suggests that
systemctl disable <service> should have the same effect as manually removing the files.
According to my own testing of
systemctl disable sidekiq, I am finding that the unit file
sidekiq.service remains at
I understand that, in theory, using
rm on a bunch of locations should do the trick, but I'm wondering how someone who is actually familiar with
systemctl would do this. Is such brute force really necessary, or is there an actual
systemctl command for this purpose?