Creates a cloud server on a host.
CALL DBCloud.CreateServer ( host=host [, optional-parameters ] )
dbcloudcmd run CreateServer host [ optional-parameters ]
An output parameter. For internal use only.
The target host. Accepts a search query that identifies one host, for example a host name or ID. (Required)
The software version to use for the new cloud server. The default version is the one included with the currently installed cloud infrastructure software.
The maximum database page size that can be used on the new cloud server. The supported values are 4096, 8192, 16384, or 32768. The default is 4096.
SQL Anywhere server options. The default is ''. This parameter accepts most, but not all, SQL Anywhere server options.
The TCP/IP port for the cloud server or NULL. The default is NULL.
The HTTP port for the cloud server or NULL. The default is NULL.
The HTTPS port for the cloud server or NULL. The default is NULL.
The special annotated software. For internal use only. The default is NULL.
The cloud server is automatically started once it has been created.
When a cloud server is created, it is assigned a port number from the port range associated with the host.
Cloud servers are named according to the convention host-name # server-number, where host-name is the name of the host running the cloud server, and server-number is the ordinal number of the cloud server on the host.
Run the following task to create a cloud server with a page size of 8192 bytes on the host myhost:
dbcloudcmd run CreateServer host=myhost page_size=8192