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How to Use the CUBRID Administration Utilities (Syntax)

The following shows how to use the CUBRID management utilities.

cubrid utility_name

utility_name :

  createdb [option] <database_name>   --- Creating a database

  deletedb [option] <database_name>   --- Deleting a database

  installdb [option] <database-name>   --- Installing a database

  renamedb [option] <source-database-name> <target-database-name>  --- Renaming a database

  copydb [option] <source-database-name> <target-database-name>  --- Copying a database

  backupdb [option] <database-name>  --- Backing up a database

  restoredb [option] <database-name>  --- Restoring a database

  addvoldb [option] <database-name> number-of-pages  --- Adding a database volume file

  spacedb [option] <database-name>  --- Displaying details of database space

  lockdb [option] <database-name>  --- Displaying details of database lock

  killtran [option] <database-name>  --- Removing transactions

  optimizedb [option] <database-name>  --- Updating database statistics

  statdump [option] <database-name>  --- Outputting statistic information of database server execution

  compactdb [option] <database-name>  --- Optimizing space by freeing unused space

  diagdb [option] <database-name>  --- Displaying internal information

  checkdb [option] <database-name>  --- Checking database consistency

  alterdbhost [option] <database-name>  --- Altering database host

  plandump [option] <database-name>  --- Displaying details of the query plan

  loaddb [option] <database-name>  --- Loading data and schema

  unloaddb [option] <database-name>  --- Unloading data and schema

  paramdump [option] <database-name>  --- Checking out the parameter values configured in a database

  changemode [option] <database-name>  --- Displaying or changing the server HA mode

  copylogdb [option] <database-name>  --- Multiplating transaction logs to configure HA

  applylogdb [option] <database-name>  --- Reading and applying replication logs from transaction logs to configure HA