CHECK-CONFIG

The CHECK-CONFIG subcommand checks the parameter settings in the BART configuration file as well as the database server configuration for which the -s option is specified.

Syntax:

The following syntax is used to check the BART configuration file global section settings.

bart CHECK-CONFIG

The following syntax is used to check the database server configuration settings.

bart CHECK-CONFIG [ –s <server_name> ]

The following table describes the CHECK-CONFIG option:

Option Description
-s (or --server) <server_name> <server_name> is the name of the database server whose configuration parameter settings are to be checked.

Example

The following code sample demonstrates successfully checking the BART configuration file global parameters with the bart CHECK-CONFIG command:

bash-4.1$ bart CHECK-CONFIG
INFO: Verifying that pg_basebackup is executable
INFO: success -
INFO: success - pg_basebackup(/usr/edb/as11/bin/pg_basebackup) returns
version 11.400000

The following code sample demonstrates successfully checking the BART configuration file database server parameters with the bart CHECK-CONFIG command with the –s option:

[edb@localhost bin]$ ./bart check-config -s hr
INFO: Checking server hr
INFO: Verifying cluster_owner and ssh/scp connectivity
INFO: success
INFO: Verifying user, host, and replication connectivity
INFO: success
INFO: Verifying that user is a database superuser
INFO: success
INFO: Verifying that cluster_owner can read cluster data files
INFO: success
INFO: Verifying that you have permission to write to vault
INFO: success
INFO: /home/edb/bkup_new/hr
INFO: Verifying database server configuration
INFO: success
INFO: Verifying that WAL archiving is working
INFO: waiting 30 seconds for
/home/edb/bkup_new/hr/archived_wals/00000001000000000000001E
INFO: success
INFO: Verifying that bart-scanner is configured and running
INFO: success