Use the hadbm restart command to restart the database. Once the database is restarted, it returns to the previous state or better. If the database name is specified, the database must exist. If the database name is not specified, the default database is restarted. The default database is hadb.
In interactive mode, the hadbm restart command prompts for a confirmation before restarting 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.
This option restarts all nodes in the HADB at once with possible loss of service. If this option is not specified, the hadbm restarts the nodes one by one and maintains the availability of the HADB. If the option is specified, it stops al nodes in parallel and starts them in parallel. During this period, the HADB is not available.
hadbm restart mydatabase This command will restart the named database. Type "yes" or "y" to confirm this operation, anything else to cancel: y Database successfully restarted
hadbm restartnode --no-rolling mydatabase This command will restart the named database. Type "yes" or "y" to confirm this operation, anything else to cancel: y Database successfully restarted
specified database does not exist
database is not running
database could not be restarted
database could not return to a previous state
invalid database state