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Unfortunately there is no -purge option as we all know in RHEL/Centos

I removed firewallD as usual with yum:

# yum remove firewalld -y

then flushed iptables. After installing firewallD again, surprisingly all configurations were reinstated as if it was never removed :)

2 Questions:

  1. Is there any way to remove firewallD civilized way without chasing it with rpm -qc and rpm -ql?
  2. Is there any way to flush all settings in firewallD as it was with iptables with -F, or at least flush all rich rules without typing full rule one by one?

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