clddb-tool

Section: Maintenance Commands (8)
Updated: 07 Aug 2019
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NAME

clddb-tool - Tool for manipulating the nfsdcld sqlite database  

SYNOPSIS

clddb-tool [-h|--help]

clddb-tool [-p|--path dbpath] fix-table-names [-h|--help]

clddb-tool [-p|--path dbpath] downgrade-schema [-h|--help] [-v|--version to-version]

clddb-tool [-p|--path dbpath] print [-h|--help] [-s|--summary]

 

DESCRIPTION

The clddb-tool command is provided to perform some manipulation of the nfsdcld sqlite database schema and to print the contents of the database.  

Sub-commands

Valid clddb-tool subcommands are:
fix-table-names
A previous version of nfsdcld(8) contained a bug that corrupted the reboot epoch table names. This sub-command will fix those table names.
downgrade-schema
Downgrade the database schema. Currently the schema can only to downgraded from version 4 to version 3.
print
Display the contents of the database. Prints the schema version and the values of the current and recovery epochs. If the -s|--summary option is not given, also prints the clients in the reboot epoch tables.
 

OPTIONS

 

Options valid for all sub-commands

-h, --help
Show the help message and exit
-p dbpath, --path dbpath
Open the sqlite database located at dbpath instead of /var/lib/nfs/nfsdcld/main.sqlite. This is mainly for testing purposes.
 

Options specific to the downgrade-schema sub-command

-v to-version, --version to-version
The schema version to downgrade to. Currently the schema can only be downgraded to version 3.
 

Options specific to the print sub-command

-s, --summary
Do not list the clients in the reboot epoch tables in the output.
 

NOTES

The clddb-tool command will not allow the fix-table-names or downgrade-schema subcommands to be used if nfsdcld(8) is running.  

FILES

/var/lib/nfs/nfsdcld/main.sqlite
 

SEE ALSO

nfsdcld(8)  

AUTHOR

Scott Mayhew <smayhew@redhat.com>


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
Sub-commands
OPTIONS
Options valid for all sub-commands
Options specific to the downgrade-schema sub-command
Options specific to the print sub-command
NOTES
FILES
SEE ALSO
AUTHOR
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