You can set up the Sybase Recovery Kit through the use of the LKCLI (Command Line Interface).

Creating/Extending/Configuring the Sybase resource from the Command Line

create sybase

EXAMPLE: #lkcli resource create sybase --tag <tag> --basedir <install directory> --datadir <instance data directory> --instance <database instance> --switchback <switchback type> --user <database user> --password <user password> --backup <backup server name>

Option Default Description
--basedir <str> Sybase installation directory.
--datadir <str> Sybase instance data directory.
--instance <str> Database instance.
--user <str> Database user.
*If not specified, try to access and operate the database as the sa user.
--password <str> Database user password.
--backup <str> none Backup server.

extend sybase

EXAMPLE: #lkcli resource extend sybase --tag <tag> --dest <backup node> --switchback <switchback type> --template_prioity <priority> --target_priority <prority>

config sybase

EXAMPLE: #lkcli resource config sybase --tag <tag> --user <database user> --password <user password> --backup <backup server name> --monitor <monitor server>

Option Default Description
[--user <str>] Database user.
[--password <str>] Database user password.
[--backup <str>] Current value Backup server.
[--monitor <str>] Current value Monitor server.


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