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sagcc remove landscape environments nodes
Removes one or more installations from a specified environment.
*Command Central syntax:
sagcc remove landscape environments  env_alias    
[nodes nodeAlias=alias1 [nodeAlias=alias2 ... nodeAlias=aliasn]]  [options]        
[{--debug | -d}]        
[{--error | -r} file]        
[{--log | -l} file]        
[{--password | -p} password]        
[{--quiet | -q}]        
[{--server | -s} url]        
[{--username | -u} user_name]
*Not applicable to Platform Manager.
Arguments and Options
Argument or Option
Required. Specifies the alias name of the environment from which you want to remove one or more installations.



 ... nodeAlias=aliasn]
Optional. Specifies the alias name(s) of one or more installations that you want to remove from the environment.
If you do not specify alias names, the command removes all installations from the specified environment.
Optional. Refer to the command syntax for a list of the options the command supports. For a description of the options, see Common Options.
Usage Notes
*The installations that you remove from the environment are not deleted or uninstalled. They are still managed by Command Central, but are no longer associated with the environment.
*If you want to remove an installation from Command Central management, use the sagcc delete landscape nodes command.
Example When Executing on Command Central
To remove the installations with alias names “mws02” and “is02” from the environment with alias name “env2”:
sagcc remove landscape environments env2 nodeAlias=mws02 nodeAlias=is02    
--password secret
Because the {--server | -s} and {--username | -u} options are not specified, the command uses the default server and user name. For more information, see server and username. The command specifies “secret” for the user’s password
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