The smo repository rollback command

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This command enables you to roll back or revert from a higher version of SnapManager to the original version from which you upgraded.

Syntax

        smo repository rollback
-repository
-dbname repo_service_name
-host repo_host
-login -username repo_username
-port repo_port
-rollbackhost host_with_target_database
[-force]
\[-quiet \| -verbose\]

Parameters

  • -repository

    The options that follow -repository specify the details of the database for the repository.

  • -dbname repo_service_name

    Specifies the name of the database that stores the repository. Use either the global name or the SID.

  • -host repo_host

    Specifies the name or IP address of the host computer the repository database runs on.

  • -login

    Starts the repository login details.

  • -username repo_username

    Specifies the user name needed to access the database that stores the repository.

  • -rollbackhost host_with_target_database

    Specifies the name of the host which will be rolled back from a higher version of SnapManager to the original lower version.

  • -port repo_port

    Specifies the TCP port number used to access the database that stores the repository.

  • -force

    Attempts to force the update of the repository. SnapManager prompts you to make a backup of the current repository before updating.

  • -noprompt

    Does not display the prompt before updating the repository database. Using the -noprompt option ensures the prompt does not appear, making it easier to update repositories using a script.

  • -quiet

    Displays only error messages on the console. The default is to display error and warning messages.

  • -verbose

    Displays error, warning, and informational messages on the console.

Example command

The following example updates the repository in the SALESDB database.

smo repository rollback -repository -dbname SALESDB
-host server1 -login -username admin -port 1521 -rollbackhost hostA