Refragmentation is needed to store the data on a newly created node. Run the hadbm refragment command after adding a node using the hadbm addnodes command with the ––no-refragment option specified. If the hadbm refragment command fails, it can be retried. If it continues to fail, the database must be cleared, and the product-specific schemas must be reloaded. All the user tables are refragmented.
If a database is specified, the database must already exist and must be in an HA Fault Tolerant or Fault Tolerant state. If the database is not named, the default database is refragmented. The default database is hadb.
In interactive mode, the hadbm refragment command prompts for a confirmation before refragmenting the data.
The password string for the system user of the database. The minimum length of the password must be 8 characters. You can identify either the database password, or for higher security, the password file where the password is defined.
Identifies the file containing the password to be used for the system user of the database.
The actual HADBM administation password.
The file containing the HADBM administration password. The adminstration password is defined in the following form: HADBM_ADMINPASSWORD=password. Where password is the actual administrator password.
Identifies the URL to the Management Agent. The default is localhost:1862.
hadbm refragment --dbpasswordfile=/home/hadb/dbpfile mydatabase This command will refragment the data on all active nodes. Type "yes" or "y" to confirm this operation, anything else to cancel:y Database successfully refragmented
specified database does not exist
invalid database state
database could not be refragmented
node not responding