Stopping an SAP ASE Server

Shut down an SAP ASE Server using the Stop Server option in the Administration Console.

Note: While executing this command, you may experience performance degradation if there is a firewall between the SCC server and the monitored SAP ASE host machines. Communication with the agent uses the Java RMI network protocol, which requires a network connection between the SCC server and agent. If the firewall prevents these connections from being established, then performance may degrade.
  1. In the Perspective Resources view, select a resource, click the drop-down arrow that appears next to the name, and select Administration Console.
  2. Click ASE Servers.
    You see a list of monitored servers.
  3. Select the server you want to manage and click the drop-down arrow that appears next to the name.
  4. Click Stop Server.
    You see the table of current server processes.
    Note: To see the running processes in the table, you must first have the resource authenticated.
  5. (Optional) Select the option to shut down the server immediately.
Related tasks
Registering the Agent for an SAP ASE Server
Authenticating the Unified Agent
Starting an SAP ASE Server