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Old 02-16-2008, 10:41 AM
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Default Testing email functionality

After Dbvisit Standby has been installed and configured, you can test the email functionality with the dbv_functions utility:

dbv_functions -m w120n
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Dbvisit Standby Database Technology (pid 28402)
dbv_functions started on dbvisit11
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Sending schedular heartbeat message.

Where w120n is the database name. This can be done on both the primary and standby servers.

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Old 09-23-2009, 10:55 PM
Arjen Visser Arjen Visser is offline
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Default Send file as attachment

In Dbvisit Standby version 5.2.16 and above, Dbvisit Standby can now send files as attachments.
This is useful if you want to email a trace file to your self so that you can forward this to Dbvisit Standby support:

dbv_functions -m w120n /usr/tmp/17185_dbvisit_w120n_200909201044.trc
================================================== ===========
Dbvisit Standby Database Technology (pid 30791)
dbv_functions started on dbvisit11:
================================================== ===========

Attachment filesize is 696750 bytes

Mail message sent to myemail@mycompany.com
with attachment /usr/tmp/17185_dbvisit_w120n_200909201044.trc


The email will be send to what is specified by ADMINS in the DDC file.
There is a maximum attachment size. This is set by MAILCFG_ATTACH_TRACEFILE_MAX_SIZE_IN_BYTES

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