HVR can be configured and controlled either by using the Graphical User Interface (GUI) or the Command Line Interface (CLI). This chapter describes all HVR commands and its parameters. Most HVR commands take a hub database name as the first argument. For more information, see section Calling HVR on the Command Line.
HVR runtime engine.
Select base table definitions and compare with channel information.
|hvrcatalogcreate||Create catalog tables in hub database.|
|hvrcatalogdrop||Drop catalog tables from hub database.|
Export from hub database into HVR catalog document.
Import from HVR catalog document into hub database.
Compare data in tables.
Send and manage internal control files.
|hvreventtool||Manage (add/edit/change state) events.|
|hvreventview||Displays events and their results.|
Failover between Business Continuity nodes using replication.
Display host fingerprint.
HVR Graphical User Interface.
Load a replication channel.
Set passwords to the HVR Live Wallet port.
Manage DBMS logging files when not needed by log–based capture.
Housekeeping script for HVR on the hub machine.
Refresh the contents of tables in the channel.
HVR Remote Listener.
Retry changes saved in fail tables or directory due to integration errors.
Merge small tx files in router directory.
View or extract contents from internal router files.
HVR Scheduler server.
|hvrsslgen||Generate a private key and public certificate pair.|
Start HVR jobs.
Extract statistics from HVR scheduler log files.
Gather or output statistics information.
|hvrstrip||Purge/remove HVR installation files.|
Suspend (or un–suspend) HVR jobs.
Schedule merge of one channel's tables into another channel without interrupting replication.
Test listening on TCP/IP port for HVR remote connection.
Test connection to HVR location.
Test (ping) that the HVR Scheduler is running.
Authentication plugin to validate the username/password of incoming connections.