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Manual Reference Pages  -  IPROP-LOG (8)

NAME

iprop-log - maintain the iprop log file

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
See Also

SYNOPSIS

iprop-log [-version] [-h-| -help ] command

iprop-log truncate [-c file | Xo -config-file= file ] [-r string | Xo -realm= string ] [-h-| -help ]

iprop-log dump [-c file | Xo -config-file= file ] [-r string | Xo -realm= string ] [-h-| -help ]

iprop-log replay [-start-version=version-number] [-end-version=version-number] [-c file | Xo -config-file= file ] [-r string | Xo -realm= string ] [-h-| -help ]

DESCRIPTION

Supported options:
-version
-h -, -help
 

command can be one of the following:
truncate
 
-c file,-config-file= file
  configuration file
-r string,-realm= string
  realm

Truncates the log. Sets the new logs version number for the to the last entry of the old log. If the log is truncted by emptying the file, the log will start over at the first version (0).
dump
-c file,-config-file= file
  configuration file
-r string, -realm= string
  realm

Print out all entries in the log to standard output.
replay
 
-start-version= version-number
  start replay with this version
-end-version= version-number
  end replay with this version
-c file,-config-file= file
  configuration file
-r string,-realm= string
  realm

Replay the changes from specified entries (or all if none is specified) in the transaction log to the database.
last-version
 
-c file,-config-file= file
  configuration file
-r string,-realm= string
  realm

prints the version of the last log entry.

SEE ALSO

iprop(8)
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