Updated: 10/19/2021, 9:29:48 PM
Created: 10/19/2021, 9:29:48 PM
Last Updated By: Kevin Munoz
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Tags: shutdown pause db-pause db pause database operations
This command will pause all database operations, through jEDI, to the jBASE database. It takes the general form:
where options may be:
- a - option means that administrators (e.g. root users on UNIX) can still make updates to the database.
- n - option specifies the database to pause (This option is restricted to jBASE 5)
- r - option still allows read operations on the database and therefore only pauses updates.
- t - option permits users inside a transaction to continue until it terminates the transaction by either a commit (TRANSEND) or a rollback (TRANSABORT).
The command can be run a number of times with different options. For example, run it with the -a option to allow root users continued access then when sure all normal users are paused, run it again without the -a option, which will suspend the updates for all users.
An example of use use is as:
# DB-PAUSE DatajBASE paused at Mon Nov 25 15:59:53 2002 For READ and WRITE operations Updates are denied also to root users Transactions will be blocked immediately.
This utility is only available in jBASE 4.1 and later.
See also DB-RESUME
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