createtabstructure - Generate SQL that describes how to create the specified series in DRMS
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Generate SQL that describes how to create the specified series in DRMS. More...

Collaboration diagram for createtabstructure - Generate SQL that describes how to create the specified series in DRMS:
createtabstructure in=<series> [archive=<archive>] [retention=<days>] [tapegroup=<groupnum>] [file=<outputfile>]

Given an input DRMS series name, createtabstructure generates SQL statements that, when evaluated, reproduce the input series. The statements modify the structure of several DRMS tables and create a new table to effect this. Specifically, they insert one series-specific row into the namespace's drms_series table, one row per series link into the drms_link table, one row per series keyword into the drms_keyword table, and one row per segment into the drms_segment table. The statements then create the series table itself (eg., mdi.fd_M_96m_lev18) and the corresponding sequence (eg., mdi.fd_M_96m_lev18_seq). Now rows are added to the series table - the goal is to simply reproduce the minimal structure so that processes like remoteDRMS can then populate the series table. Additionally, no attempt is made to create the drms_series, drms_link, drms_keyword, or drms_segment tables. Those are assumed to exist. They can be created with the masterlists programs (which also makes the drms_session and drms_sessionid_seq tables).

To use this module for remoteDRMS processing, first run masterlists at the remote, slony-log-receving site to create the appropriate namespaces and drms_* tables and sequence. Then run createtabstructure at the slony-log-shipping site to create the SQL file that, when run on the slony-log-receiving site, populates the drms_* tables and creates the series table and sequence. Next, start ingesting slony logs at the remote site. These logs will populate the series table.

in The name of the DRMS series to reproduce (required).
archive If specified, this will override the existing archive flag. Valid values are 1, 0, or -1 (optional).
retention If specified, this will override the existing retention flag. This is the minimum number of days the the associated storage units are guaranteed to remain online (optional).
tapegroup. If specified, this will override the existing tapegroup ID. Relevant to NetDRMS sites that have tape systems (optional).
file If specified, the SQL generated will be written to the file. Otherwise, the SQL will be printed to stdout (optional).
Return Value
If execution proceeds with no errors, kCrtabErr_Success is returned. Otherwise, if the in argument is missing, then kCrtabErr_MissingSeriesName is returned. If in is an invalid DRMS series, then kCrtabErr_UnknownSeries is returned. If a problem occurs while evaluating a database query, then kCrtabErr_DBQuery is returned. If an invalid argument is supplied, kCrtabErr_Argument is returned, and if a file IO error occurs, kCrtabErr_FileIO is returned.
DRMS common main program
See also:
create_series - create a new DRMS series from a .jsd file masterlists - create a database namespace and DRMS master tables for that namespace

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