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5 Operation : 5.4 BART Subcommands : 5.4.6 VERIFY-CHKSUM

The VERIFY-CHKSUM subcommand verifies the MD5 checksums of the full backups and any user-defined tablespaces for the specified database server or for all database servers.
[ –s { server_name | all } ]
[ -i { backup_id | backup_name | all } ]
The checksum is verified by comparing the current checksum of the backup against the checksum when the backup was taken. The VERIFY-CHKSUM subcommand is not applicable to plain format backups. It is only used for tar format backups.
Note: If VERIFY-CHKSUM is invoked while the BART BACKUP subcommand is in progress, backups affected by the backup process will be skipped and ignored by the VERIFY-CHKSUM subcommand.
-s, --server { server_name | all }
server_name is the name of the database server whose tar backup checksums are to be verified. If all is specified or if the -s option is omitted, the checksums are verified for all database servers.
-i, --backupid { backup_id | backup_name | all }
backup_id is the integer, backup identifier of a tar format full backup whose checksum is to be verified along with any user-defined tablespaces. backup_name is the user-defined alphanumeric name for the full backup. If all is specified or if the -i option is omitted, the checksums of all tar backups for the relevant database server are verified.

5 Operation : 5.4 BART Subcommands : 5.4.6 VERIFY-CHKSUM

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