show

Use

You display information about the database instance including statistics, the operational state, tasks, and so on. For this purpose, the DBM command obtains and outputs information from the program XCONS.

See also:

Utilities, Displaying Information on the Database Instance

Prerequisites

You have the DBInfoRead server authorization.

Syntax

show <command>

<command>

XCONS command to be executed

You can use all the XCONS commands that begin with show (see: show_list).

Reply

OK

[CONTINUE]

<info_record>

<info_record>

Values for the Reply Fields

Value

Description

Continue

More results data is available

To display it, use the DBM command show_next.

<info_record>

Information

Example

Call the Database Manager CLI, log on as operator OLEG with the password MONDAY, connect to the database instance DEMODB, display the statistics about the access to the volumes of the database instance:

>dbmcli –u OLEG,MONDAY –d DEMODB show io

OK

SERVERDB: DEMODB

Volume                                       Devs.  Read(s) Write(s)    Total

Name                                           No.    Count    Count    Count

knltrace                                         0        0        1        1

C:\Documents and Set...DEMODB\data\DISKD0001     1       54       59      113

C:\Documents and Set....DEMODB\log\DISKL0001     3       14       14       28

C:\Documents and Set....DEMODB\data\DISKD0003     4        1        9       10

                                  total I/O:             69       83      152