2.1. Running CUBRID Manager
Running in Windows
Select |Start| > |All Programs| > |CUBRID| > |CUBRID Manager Client|.
Click the CUBRID Service Tray and then select |Tools| > |CUBRID Manager|.
Running in Linux
You can start the CUBRID Manager client by entering one of the following commands on the shell.
CUBRID Manager Client Log
2.2. Connect CUBRID Host
A connection to a specific host is made when you double-click the host registered in the host navigation tree. Or you can right-click a host, select |Connect Host|, check the user name, and then click |Connect| to connect to the host.
If the connection is successful, the host icon changes
Right-click the host in the host navigation tree, and then select |Disconnect Host|.
You can manage databases through multiple hosts in a single manager by adding a host. To add a host, perform one of the followings:
If you enter the information and then click the |Add| button, the host is added to the host navigation tree, but not connected to. If you click |Connect|, however, the host is added to the navigation tree and connected to as well.
Deletes the information of the host registered in the host navigation tree. When a host is deleted, all information in the sub-nodes is deleted as well. However, only the CUBRID Manager client configuration, not the CUBRID Manager server configuration, is deleted.