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Dumping Parameters Used in Server/Client

Description

The cubrid paramdump utility outputs parameter information used in the server/client process.

Syntax

cubrid paramdump options database_name

options: [{-o|--output-file=}filename]  [{-b|--both}]  [{-S|--SA-mode}]  [{-C|--CS-mode}]

  • cubrid: An integrated utility for the CUBRID service and database management
  • paramdump: A utility that outputs parameter information used in the server/client process
  • options: A short name option starts with a single dash (-) while a full name option starts with a double dash (--). -o, -b, -S and -C options are provided.
  • database_name: The name of the database in which parameter information is to be displayed
Options

Storing output information to a file (-o)

The -o option is used to store information of the parameters used in the server/client process of the database into a specified file. The file is created in the current directory. If the -o option is not specified, the message is displayed on a console screen.

cubrid paramdump -o db_output testdb

Displaying information of the server/client parameters (-b)

The -b option is used to display parameter information used in server/client process on a console screen. If the -b option is not specified, only server-side information is displayed.

cubrid paramdump -b testdb

Displaying parameter information of the server process in standalone mode (-S or --SA-mode)

cubrid paramdump -S testdb

Displaying parameter information of the server process in client/server mode (-C or --CS-mode)

cubrid paramdump -C testdb