Hvrtestlistener, hvrtestlocation, hvrtestscheduler
hvrtestlistener – Test listening on TCP/IP port for HVR remote connection
hvrtestlocation – Test connection to HVR location
hvrtestscheduler – Test (ping) that the HVR Scheduler is running.
hvrtestlistener [–Cpubcert] [–Kpair] [–Llogin/pwd] [–tN] node port
hvrtestlocation [–hclass] [–lloc]... [–tN] [–uuser] hubdb chn
hvrtestscheduler [–nnode][–tN] hubdb
Command hvrtestlistener tests that an HVR process is listening on a TCP/IP port for a HVR remote connection. If option –L is supplied then it also tests the authentication for that login and password.
Command hvrtestlocation tests a connection to an HVR location.
Command hvrtestscheduler checks if the HVR scheduler is running.
|–Cpubcert||Remote public certificate for testing encrypted SSL connection.|
|–hclass||Specify hub database. Valid values are oracle, ingres, sqlserver, db2, db2i, postgresql, and teradata. See also section Using HVR for Replication Transformations.|
|–Kpair||SSL public certificate and private key of local machine. If pair is relative, then it is found in directory $HVR_HOME/lib/cert. Value pair specifies two files; the names of these files are calculated by removing any extension from pair and then adding extensions .pub_cert and .priv_key. For example, option –Khvr refers to files $HVR_HOME/lib/cert/hvr.pub_cert and $HVR_HOME/lib/cert/hvr.priv_key.|
|–lx||Test locations specified by x. If this option is not supplied, then hvrtestlocation will test all locations within the channel. Values of x may be one of the following:
Several –lx instructions can be supplied together to hvrtestlocation.
|–Llogin/pwd||Test authentication of login/password on remote machine.|
|–nnode||Connect to HVR Scheduler running on node.|
|–Rnode:port||Connect to node as a proxy. This option can be supplied multiple time for a chain of proxies. For more information, see section hvrproxy.|
|–tN||Time–out after N seconds if network is hanging or HVR Scheduler takes too long to reply.|
|–uuser [/pwd]||Connect to hub database using DBMS account user. For some databases (e.g. SQL Server) a password must also be supplied.|