Allows you to specify what information is logged to the message log file and displayed in the synchronization window. A high level of verbosity may affect performance and should normally be used in the development phase only.
dbmlsync -v [ levels ] ...
The -v options affect the message log file and synchronization window. You only have a message log if you specify -o or -ot on the dbmlsync command line.
If you specify -v alone, a small amount of information is logged.
The values of levels are as follows. You can use one or more of these options at once; for example, -vnrsu or -v+cp.
+ Turn on all logging options except for c and p.
c Expose the connect string in the log.
p Expose the password in the log.
n Log the number of rows that were uploaded and downloaded.
o Log information about the command line options and extended options that you have specified.
r Log the values of rows that were uploaded and downloaded.
s Log messages related to hook scripts.
u Log information about the upload.
There are extended options that have similar functionality to the -v options. If you specify both -v and the extended options and there are conflicts, the -v option overrides the extended option. If there is no conflict, the verbosity logging options are additive—all options that you specify are used. When logging verbosity is set by extended option, the logging does not take effect immediately, so startup information is not logged. By the time of the first synchronization, the logging behavior is identical between the -v options and the extended options.
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