|Managing Your Data in GemFire XD / Persisting Table Data to GemFire XD Disk Stores|
The gfxd command-line tool has several options for examining and managing your disk stores. The gfxd tool, along with the CREATE DISKSTORE statement, are your management tools for online and offline disk stores.
|gfxd Command||Online or Offline Command||See . . .|
|validate-disk-store||Off||Validate a Disk Store|
|compact-all-disk-stores||On||Compacting Disk Store Log Files|
|compact-disk-store||Off||Compacting Disk Store Log Files|
|backup||On||Backing Up and Restoring Disk Stores|
|list-missing-disk-stores||On||Handling Missing Disk Stores|
|revoke-missing-disk-store||On||Handling Missing Disk Stores|
For the complete command syntax of any gfxd command, run gfxd <command> --help at the command line.
For online operations, gfxd connects to a distributed system and sends the operation requests to the members that have disk stores. These commands do not run on offline disk stores. You must provide the command with a distributed system properties in a gemfirexd.properties file, or specify the multicast port or locator properties to connect to the cluster (for example, -mcast-port=port_number).
For offline operations, gfxd runs the command against the specified disk store and its specified directories. You must specify all directories for the disk store.
Offline operations will not run on online disk stores. The tool locks the disk store while it is running, so the member cannot start in the middle of an operation.
ERROR: Operation "validate-disk-store" failed because: disk-store=ds1: com.gemstone.gemfire.cache.DiskAccessException: For DiskStore: ds1: Could not lock "hostA/ds1dir1/DRLK_IFds1.lk". Other JVMs might have created diskstore with same name using the same directory., caused by java.io.IOException: The file "hostA/ds1dir1/DRLK_IFds1.lk" is being used by another process.