The hadbm command identifies the operation or task to perform. Commands are case-sensitive. One or more command options can be specified in one of the following formats:
Options, like commands, are case-sensitive. Options require argument values except boolean options which toggle to switch a feature ON or OFF. Operands appear after the argument values and are set off by a space or an equal sign (=). Optional options and operands are identified in enclosed square brackets [ ]. For commands that take a database name operand, if a database is not specified, the default database is used. The default database is hadb.
adds nodes to the named database
reinitializes all the data space on all nodes and starts the database
clears the history files on the database
creates a database instance
creates a management domain of the listed HADB hosts
removes the database
deletes the HADB management domain
displays information about disk storage devices on each active data node
selectively disables a host in the management domain
extends the current HADB management domain
gets the value of the specified configuration parameter
displays all the subcommands for the hadbm utility
lists all the existing databases
lists all hosts defined in the management domain
lists the packages registered in the management domain
removes hosts from the HADB management domain
refragments the schema
registers the HADB packages in the management domain
displays database resource information
restarts the database
restarts the specified node
sets the value of the specified configuration attributes to the identified values
starts the database
starts the specified node
shows the state of the database
gracefully stops the database
gracefully stops the specified node
removes registered HADB packages from the management domain
displays the hadbm version information
Performs the operation silently without any descriptive messages.
Displays a brief description of the hadbm utility and all the supported commands.
Displays the version details of the hadbm utility.
Launches the command in non-interactive mode.
Launches the command in non-interactive mode, and does not return error if the post condition is already achieved.
Displays the commands with all the options and their user-defined values or the default values; then launches the command.