Using the SAS Deployment Manager, you can remove a logical
server from a SAS Application Server.
Removing logical servers
on which libraries are dependent can prevent SAS applications from
accessing data required for jobs, reports, and so on.
Follow these steps to
remove a logical server definition:
These steps attempt to summarize
how to remove a logical server. For more detailed information, refer
to Removing a SAS Configuration in SAS Intelligence Platform: Installation and Configuration Guide
On the host machine
for the components whose configurations you are removing, navigate
(on Windows systems)
(on UNIX and z/OS
In SAS Deployment Manager,
on the Select Configuration Task
choose Remove Existing Configuration
On the next dialog box,
choose the configuration directory and level that you want to modify.
On the Connection
dialog box, specify a set of valid credentials
for an unrestricted administrative user to connect to the metadata
On the Select
dialog box, choose one or more
logical servers that you want to remove from the SAS Application Server.
On the Summary
box, a list of the logical servers that you want to remove or unconfigure
is listed. Do one of the following:
This causes the deployment
manager to remove the specified logical servers.
Go back to an earlier dialog box
to change a selection.
When the deployment
manager has completed removing the logical server, click Finish
If you removed a logical
workspace server, a logical pooled workspace server, or a logical
stored process server, restart the object spawner.