You can just remove the server name contents from the bart.cfg file and delete the server named directory from the backup location. For example, if your bart.cfg has following content:[BART]
bart_host= email@example.com backup_path = /opt/backup pg_basebackup_path = /opt/PostgresPlus/9.5AS/bin/pg_basebackup logfile = /tmp/bart.log scanner_logfile = /tmp/bart_scanner.log [PG] host = 127.0.0.1 port = 5432 user = postgres cluster_owner = postgresOwner description = "Postgres server" [PPAS95] host = 127.0.0.1 port = 5444 user = enterprisedb cluster_owner = enterprisedbOwner description = "PPAS 95 server"
And if you want to remove PPAS95 server, then you can remove the configuration block of [PPAS95], and you can remove the directory PPAS95 under backup_path directory (which is, as per above content, is /opt/backup)
on the db server itself, are there any housekeeping steps that need to be done, should archiving be disabled, etc.