Tiny Deathstars of Foulness

You can quickly and easily back up your Filewave databases using the fwcontrol command to stop a Filewave server (thus preserving the integrity of the data you are backing up) and then backing up the database using the /fwxserver directory. To get started, we’ll first down the server. This is done using the fwcontrol command along with the server option and the stop verb, as follows: sudo fwcontrol server stop Now that there won’t be data trying to commit into the database, let’s make a backup of the database directory using the cp command: cp -rp /fwxserver/DB ~/Desktop/Databasebak To start the database, use the decontrol command with the server option and the start verb, as follows: fwcontrol server start Note, if you will be moving to a new Filewave server, you would want to lock clients during this transition, so before restarting your server, use the sqlite3 command to set the status to 1 in the user table: sqlite3 /fwxserver/DB/server.sqlite 'update user set status = 1;'

February 15th, 2017

Posted In: Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server, Mac Security, Network Infrastructure

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