hadbm createdomain [-adminpasswordfile=filename | -no-adminauthentication] [-agent=ma_url] host_list
Use the hadbm createdomain command to create the HADB management domains. All the hosts that will be part of the desired domain must be included in the hostlist; including the hosts retrieved through the hadbm listdomaincommand.
To form a domain, the hostlist must consist of valid network addresses. After the management domaiin is successfully completed, all the hosts in the domain are enabled and the management agents are ready to manage databases.
The following prerequisites must be met before using the hadbm createdomain command:
HADB management agents are running on the hosts.
The management agents are not members of an existing domain.
All the management agents are configured to use the same port.
All the management agents can reach each other over UDP, TCP, and with IP multicast.
The adminpassword is different from the hadbm dbpassword command. You must use both passwords when using the following commands:
The file from which the administrator user password is read. Passwords can only be supplied interactively or through the password file.
The actual HADBM administation password. Using this option with the hadbm createdomain or hadbm create command requires that the password is entered each time any hadbm command is used.
The adminpassword is different from the hadbm dbpassword command. You must use both passwords when using the following commands: hadbm create, hadbm addnodes, hadbm refragment.
Using this option eliminates the need of password identification.
Identifies the URL to the Management Agent. The default is localhost:1862.
A comma-separated list of all the hosts that are part of the management domain. The port number is optional.
hadbm createdomain host1,host2,host3 Domain host1,host2,host3 created
hosts specified in the hostlist contain duplicate host names
a domain with the specified hostlist already exists or the hosts are part of a management domain
the URL used to connect to the management agents spans hosts which are not in the management domain.