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Manual Reference Pages  -  SQLRSH (1)

NAME

sqlrsh - interactive query tool for SQL Relay

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Examples
See Also
Authors

SYNOPSIS

sqlrsh -host host -port port -socket socket -user user -password passwd [-script script]
sqlrsh [-config configfile] -id id [-script script]

DESCRIPTION

sqlrsh is an interactive query tool similar to (though not as powerful as) SQL Plus, mysql, psql, isql and the like. Run it and type help; at the prompt for detailed usage instructions. When sqlrsh starts up, it reads and executes two rc files, the system rc file (/etc/sqlrelay/sqlrshrc on Debian) and a personal rc file .sqlrshrc in your home directory. These files should contain sqlrsh commands, ending in semicolons, seperated by carraige returns. Any commands may be used in the rc files, even queries.

OPTIONS

-host host
  hostname of the machine running the listener daemon
-port port
  port number the listener daemon is listening on, for local or remote connections
-socket socket
  socket the listener daemon is listening on, for local connections
-user user
  SQL Relay user name (as per config file)
-password passwd
  SQL Relay password (as per config file)
-config configfile
  config file to use (default /etc/sqlrelay/sqlrelay.conf)
-id id instance to use (as per config file)
-script script
  script (containing sqlrsh commands and queries) to run (default ~/.sqlrshrc)

EXAMPLES

sqlrsh -socket /tmp/examplesocket -user fred -password secret
  Connect to the SQL Relay listener daemon running on the local machine, with socket /tmp/examplesocket, as user fred, with password secret.
sqlrsh -host dbsvr -port 9000 -user fred -password secret
  Connect to the SQL Relay listener daemon running on the remote machine dbsvr, on port 9000, as user fred, with password secret.
sqlrsh -id example
  Connect to the SQL Relay listener daemon for instance example (as defined in /etc/sqlrelay/sqlrelay.conf).

SEE ALSO

fields(1), query(1), #sqlrsh(1), sqlr-cachemanager(8), sqlr-connection(8), sqlr-listener(8), sqlr-scaler(8), sqlr-start(8), sqlr-stop(8), and the documentation in /usr/share/doc/sqlrelay.

AUTHORS

This manual page was written by Andreas Tille <tille@debian.org> and Florian M. Weps <fweps@pop.agri.ch>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
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interactive query tool SQLRSH (1) 2002-06-10

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