You control LTM behavior by modifying the LTM configuration file, which is a plain text file created and edited using a text editor. The LTM configuration file contains information the LTM needs, such as the SQL Anywhere server it transfers a log from, the Replication Server it transfers the log to. You need a valid configuration file to run the LTM.
You must create a configuration file, using a text editor, before you can run the LTM. The -C LTM command specifies the name of the configuration file to use, and has a default of dbltm.cfg.
The LTM configuration file shares the same format as the Replication Server configuration file described in your Replication Server Administration Guide. In summary:
The configuration file contains one entry per line.
An entry consists of a parameter, followed by the = character, followed by the value:
Lines beginning with a # character are comments ignored by the LTM.
The configuration file cannot contain leading blanks.
Entries are case sensitive.
For the full list of available configuration file parameters, see The LTM configuration file.
The following is a sample SQL Anywhere LTM configuration file.
# This is a comment line # Names are case sensitive. SQL_user=sa SQL_pw=sysadmin SQL_server=PRIMESV SQL_database=primedb RS_source_ds=PRIMESV RS_source_db=primedb RS=MY_REPSERVER RS_user=sa RS_pw=sysadmin LTM_admin_user=DBA LTM_admin_pw=sql LTM_charset=cp850 scan_retry=2 SQL_log_files=e:\logs\old_logs APC_user=sa APC_pw=sysadmin
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