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 Common Dsrepair switches - with explanations

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    DSREPAIR Switches

Switches can be escaped with the following three identifiers ?/"
?" or ?-?. DIB refers to database.

D <DIB extension> - Repair the DIB with extension <DIB extension>. Defaults to "NDS" if not specified. The "NDS" DIB is always closed and locked regardless of the DIB being repaired.

L <log file name> - Specify an alternate location/name for the log file. Default is "sys:systemdsrepair.log". The path can be any NetWare volume or dos drive, as in "a:temp.lg"

M - Report move inhibit obituaries, this is used to discover if a move has completed or if a partition is reported as BUSY because there are move inhibit obituaries in a replica that have either not completed processing or that are broken.

N [number of days] - Specifies the number of days old that a net-address property is allowed to be on a user class object. It the net-address property is older than the number of days specified, then it is deleted. This resolves a problem where the net-address is never deleted when a connection is terminated, and results in a reduction of allowed connections to the server. The default is 60 days.

P - Mark all unknown class objects as referenced ( a referenced object is not synchronized ).

U - Unattended mode, repair runs the main menu unattended mode operations without user intervention, and unloads when completed. The following options are only available in DSRepair 4.26c or later. They also create a status file called "<log file name>.DSM" by default that contains status information for the DSManager tool. All are short cuts to operations found in the DSRepair command menus.

RC - Create a database dump file (sys:systemdsrepair.dib)

RD - Repair local database

RI - Repair remote server ID"s

RL - Specify an alternate log file. Unlike the L option, the existing file is deleted first instead of appended to.

RM <partition root ID> - Set this server as the master in the replica ring of the specified replica.

RN - Repair network addresses.

RR <partition root ID> - Repair the specified partition root, check remoteID"s in the ring.

RS <server ID><partition root ID> - Remove the specified server from the specified replica root"s ring.

RV - Volume object repair

RVT - Volume object repair followed by trustee check of all trustees on the volume

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