These commands will show you which processes are tied in with our software solution:
After these commands start listing the associated PIDs, stop these processes / kill -15 them. Once they're killed, you can run 'secons -sk' to stop and kill the process of PIM, and then the solution is prepared to be unloaded from the kernel per 'SEOS-load -u'. Or you can reboot the server so that the kernel module is cleared from the machine so you can complete the uninstallation. Now you should be able to run the 'rpm -e package' without any problems. Of course, this last step is if you are trying to uninstall the solution.
Release: ACP1M005900-12.9-Privileged Identity Manager