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-as database option


Specifies that the database should continue to run after transaction logs have been applied (used in conjunction with -ad or -ar). The -as database option must be specified after the database-file, and applies only to that database.

Syntax

{ dbsrv10 | dbeng10 } [ server-options ] database-file { -ad log-dir | -ar } -as ...

Applies to

All operating systems and servers.

Remarks

The -as option must be specified in conjunction with either the -ad or -ar option. When you include -as, the database continues running after the transaction logs are applied to it.

See also
Example

The database server applies the transaction log files to the mysample.db database. In this case, because -ar is specified, the database server obtains the location of the transaction logs from the database. The database continues running after the log files have been applied.

dbeng10 "c:\mysample.db" -ar -as

The database server applies the log files in the backup directory to the mysample.db database. The database continues running after the log files have been applied.

dbeng10 "c:\mysample.db" -ad "c:\backup" -as