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How do I shut down a Jupyter notebook?

Each time you open a Jupyter notebook, the SAS kernel that is associated with that notebook is automatically launched. For example, if you have five notebooks open, you have five SAS sessions running. A session remains running until you shut it down.

The Kernel Sessions tab displays all the running notebooks. To view the Kernel Sessions tab, click Running terminals and kernels button in the left sidebar.

Kernel Sessions tab with running notebooks

In the Kernel Sessions tab, click SHUTDOWN for the appropriate notebook to terminate the session for that notebook.

Note You can also shut down a notebook by selecting the notebook in the File Browser tab and selecting KernelThen Shutdown Kernel.