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How to Get CUBRID Version Number

There are several ways to get the version number of the CUBRID Server currently installed in your system.

  1. In the command line terminal using the cubrid_rel utility.
  2. Using the CUBRID Manager.
  3. Through the CUBRID APIs (PHP, Java, etc). For this see the corresponding library references.

cubrid_rel Command Line Utility

To get the CUBRID Server version from the command line, type the following utility name:

cubrid_rel

This will output something like:

C:\Users\me>cubrid_rel

CUBRID 2008 R3.1 (8.3.1.0173) (Dec 28 2010 15:32:15)

In this case CUBRID 2008 R3.1 is the full version name of the CUBRID Server currently installed in your system.

Getting CUBRID Version Using the CUBRID Manager

To retrieve the verion of the CUBRID Server in the CUBRID Manager, you need to be connected to your host (e.g. localhost). Otherwise, the action items (menu item and buttons) will remain disabled.

Once connected the necessary action items will be enabled. There are three ways to get the server version number in the CUBRID Manager.

  • Right click on the host name and select the Server Version... popup menu item as displayed in the image below.
    CUBRID Manager server version popup menu
  • Select the host name and choose Action -> Server Version... from the main menu bar.
    CUBRID Manager server version menu
  • Click on the Server Version... button in the main toolbar as shown in the image below.
    CUBRID Manager server version button

See also

Getting Help

If you have any questions, you can tweet to @cubrid or post your message on the CUBRID Forum.




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