What is use-case for ctl_cyrusdb? man page has only too brief description
mhlavink at redhat.com
Fri Jan 30 04:52:06 EST 2009
does anybody know, how ctl_cyrusdb works (how it should be used)? I've
seen ctl_cyrusdb's man pages, but there is just few notes and nothing more.
I don't need to use ctl_cyrusdb now, but I'd like to know more about this.
I assume ctl_cyrusdb is used (in /etc/cyrus.conf) to generate
"checkpoints" of the Cyrus databases, presumably those in /var/lib/imap.
The information that man does not provide is
1) Listing of database files "checkpointed"
2) Description of checkpoint format
a) "ls /var/lib/imap" suggest two sets of checkpoint database are
b) Description of checkpoint configuration options, if any, to control
3) Checkpointed image backup requirements
4) Appropriate cross-references to utilities used to determine database
corrution requiring recovery procedure
5) Appropriate recovery procedure when invocation with "-r" vs. "-r -x'
It'll be really appreciated if someone could explain at least some of
question for developers: Could you please extend this man page?
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