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I have installed the whole elk stack 7.0 in a centos 7.0 server. I followed the following guidelines to install the kibana

https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/kibana/current/rpm.html

But for a testing purpose I want to install kibana 6.7 in the server. So for that I want to remove the previously installed kibana 7.0 abd resinstall kibana 6.7. So inorder to do that I have used the following commands.

sudo yum remove kibana rm -rf /usr/share/kibana rm -rf /var/lib/kibana rm -rf /etc/yum.repos.d/kibana_ repo_file

An I tried to reinstall with 6.7 via the following steps

https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/kibana/6.7/rpm.html

But when I try to yum install kibana it still try to install the previously installed kibana 7.0 version. What should I do to make it install 6.7 version or to downgrade.

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you can use

yum --showduplicates search kibana

to see in which repository he finds kibana 7.0. Then you can disable or remove that repository.

  • Thanks.. It worked ..! – CK LZEM7 May 14 at 9:42
  • @CKLZEM7 in that case please accept the answer so other people can see that the problem is solved. – Chris Maes May 14 at 9:46

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