Chapter 4. Deleting a subscription manifest

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You can remove unused manifests for maintenance purposes. However, deleting an active manifest on a connected Satellite Server is intended for debugging purposes only. Before deleting an active manifest, it is important to note the consequences:

  • All subscriptions attached to running hosts will be deleted.
  • All subscriptions attached to activation keys will be deleted.
  • Red Hat Insights will be disabled due to a lost connection to Red Hat Satellite.


  • You are logged in to the Red Hat Hybrid Cloud Console.
  • You are connected to a Red Hat Satellite Server.
  • You have Red Hat Satellite 6 or later.
  • You have the Subscriptions administrator role in the role-based access control (RBAC) system for the Red Hat Hybrid Cloud Console.


To delete an unused manifest, complete the following steps:

  1. From the Hybrid Cloud Console home page, click Services > System Configuration > Manifests.
  2. From the Manifests page, click the name of the manifest that you want to delete.


    Deleting a manifest will remove all the subscriptions attached to running hosts and activation keys. Red Hat Insights will be disabled. This operation is permanent and cannot be undone.

  3. From the Details panel, click Delete manifest.

    1. If you are sure that you want to delete the selected manifest, select the confirmation check box and then click Delete.
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