hadbm status [-nodes] [-adminpasswordfile=filename] [-agent=ma_url] [dbname]
Use the hadbm status command to get the current state of the database. The state can be one of the following:
The database has at least one spare node on each DRU.
All mirrored node pairs are up and running.
One node in each mirrored node pair is up and running.
One or more mirrored node pair is missing both nodes. An arbitrary SQL transaction may not succeed.
No nodes are running.
Unable to determine the state of the database.
If a database is named, it must already exist. If a database is not named, the default database is used. The default database is hadb.
If specified, displays the node status information. The following information is displayed for each node in the database:
Name of the machine where the node is running
Port number of the node
Role of the node
State of the node
Number of the corresponding mirror node
The file from which the administrator user password is read. Passwords can only be supplied interactively or through the password file.
Identifies the URL to the Management Agent. The default is localhost:1862.