Sun Java System Application Server Enterprise Edition 8.1 2005Q2 High Availability Administration Guide

Setting the Values of Configuration Attributes

To set the values of configuration attributes, use the hadbm set command. For a list of valid attributes, see Configuration Attributes

hadbm set [dbname] attribute
 [--adminpassword=password | --adminpasswordfile=file]

The dbname operand specifies the database name. The default is hadb.

The attribute=value list is a comma-separated or quote-enclosed space-separated list of attributes.

See General Options for a description of command options.

If this command executes successfully, it restarts the database in the state it was in previously, or in a better state. For information about database states, see Getting the Status of HADB restart the HADB as described in Restarting a Database.

You cannot set the following attributes with hadbm set. Instead, set them when you create a database (see Creating a Database).

Note –

Using hadbm set to set any configuration attribute, except ConnectionTrace or SQLTraceMode, causes a rolling restart of HADB. In a rolling restart, each node is stopped, and started with the new configuration, one at a time; HADB services are not interrupted.

If you set ConnectionTrace or SQLTraceMode, no rolling restart occurs, but the change only takes effect for new HADB connections made from an Application Server instance.