Sun Java System Messaging Server 6.3 Administration Reference


The options for this command are:




Removes the database temporary files and synchronizes the database. This cleans up the database environment to prepare for an upgrade, downgrade, or migration. 


Removes the database temporary files without synchronizing the database. If stored -r fails because the software has been upgraded with an incompatible libdb, customers can run stored -R to remove the database temporary files. stored -R does not perform recovery.


Checks the status of stored. The return code of this command indicates the status. To print the status, enter:

stored -t -v


Verbose output.