Issuing commands from an alternate host

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You can issue CLI commands from a host other than the database host and SnapManager will route the commands you enter to the appropriate host.

For the system to dispatch an operation to the correct host, it must first know where to find the profile for the operation. In this procedure the system keeps the profile to repository mapping information for a file in the user’s home directory on the local host.

  1. To make the local user’s home directory aware of the profile-to-repository mappings so it can route the operation request, enter the following command: smo profile sync -repository-dbname repo_dbname-host repo_host-port repo_port-login-username repo_username [-quiet | -verbose]