3.1. Host Management
Default Host Information
When you start the CUBRID Manager for the first time after installation,
a host named "localhost" has been set by default in the host navigation
tree. This setting has been made under the assumption that the CUBRID
Manager server is installed on your PC where the CUBRID Manager client
is currently running, and shows the basic information about the CUBRID
- Host name : Host name is an
identifier that identifies a host to be managed in the CUBRID Manager. A
host name must be unique. Internally managed host identifier has the
format of Host name + Connection port. A host name can contain only
alphanumeric character. Do not use spaces. The length of a host name
must be between 4 and 32 characters.
- Host address : A host address cannot be a space or contain spaces.
- Connection port : Only an integer value between 1024 and 65535 can be entered for the connection port. The default port value is 8001. If the connection fails, check the cm_port value in the $CUBRID/conf/cm.conf file.
- User name : The user who has the administrator authorization of the CUBRID Manager is admin. You must connect with the admin
account when you use the CUBRID Manager for the first time after
installation. A user name can contain only alphanumeric character. Do
not use spaces. The length of a user name must be between 4 and 32
- Password : The initial password for the admin
user, who has the administrator authorization of the CUBRID Manager, is
"admin." After your first login, you must change this password. A password cannot contain spaces. The length of a password must be between 4 and 32 characters. Be careful not to lose the modified password of the admin
user. If you lost/forget the password, refer to How to reset admin password for CUBRID Manager.
- Save Password : You can save password
to local. If checked ,you only double click this host will auto login.
Otherwise, will pop up the dialog to input this password.
- Driver version : You can select a CUBRID JDBC driver which will be used in the CUBRID Manager. The default value is Auto Detect;
a driver is automatically detected if any version of driver which can
be used in the CUBRID Manager exists; if exists, automatic connection is
made. If not, the following message will appear.
- Browse : Clicking it will pop up the below JDBC driver management dialog .You can manage the JDBC driver.
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.
3.2. Service Management
You can start or stop CUBRID related services with the CUBRID Manager.
This functionality works the same as using 'cubrid,' a management
utility used in the CUBRID database. However, you cannot start or stop
the CUBRID Manager server with the CUBRID Manager client.
If you select Tools > Start Service in the menu, the service
and database selected from Start Service start. To select a service
and database to be started, right-click a host and then select
Properties > Start Service.
Automatic Start Service is activated only if the service from Start Service is selected.
If you select Tools > Stop Service in the menu, the service and database selected from Start Service stop.
To start or stop the selected database, perform one of the followings:
To start or stop selected broker, perform one of the followings: