db_enum

Use

You display a list of all the database instances registered on the database computer.

The display is in tabular form. The individual columns are separated by tabs.

Prerequisites

You do not need to log on to the Database Manager to execute this DBM command.

Nor do you require a server authorization.

Syntax

db_enum [-s]

-s

The system also displays the service database instances.

Reply

OK

<database_name><TAB><dependent_path><TAB><database_version><TAB><kernel_version><TAB><operational_state>

<database_name><TAB><dependent_path><TAB><database_version><TAB><kernel_version><TAB><operational_state>

...

Values for the Reply Fields

Field

Description

<database_name>

Name of database instance

<dependent_path>

Directory that contains the database version-dependent server software

<database_version>

Version of the database software

<kernel_version>

Kernel variant

<operational_state>

Operational state of the database instance

Example

Calling the Database Manager CLI, displaying the list of all database instances registered on computer GENUA:

dbmcli –n GENUA db_enum

OK

DEMODB  C:\Program Files\sdb\DEMODB             7.6.00.10       fast    running

DEMODB  C:\Program Files\sdb\DEMODB             7.6.00.10       slow    offline