Sorry for the delay, I totally forgot about this
Use tabadmin set to make changes to settings and then, when all of your sets are done, you then execute the tabadmin config command.
Here is a short example of doing it in a batch script:
ECHO %Stopping server... tabadmin stop REM Turn on echoing to show what's being changed. @ECHO ON REM Longest allowable time for completing an extract refresh, in seconds (7200 seconds = 2 hours) tabadmin set backgrounder.querylimit 7200 REM Longest allowable time for updating a view, in seconds (900 seconds = 15 minutes). tabadmin set vizqlserver.querylimit 900 @ECHO OFF ECHO Configuring the server, please wait... tabadmin configure ECHO Starting the server... tabadmin start ECHO Done!
That is correct Toby. If that question is a multiple answer, then Tabadmin Set and Tabadmin Configure would be the right answer.
Oh, I see, I got confused on what the poster asked, my response, and then your response. I thought your response of "tabadmin configure" was in response to my question, "If you've read that and understand it then please be more specific.", thus my reply
So if it is a single answer question:
What would be the correct answer:
Tabadmin set or tabadmin configure?
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You would use tabadmin set to make the changes but you ALSO need tabadmin configure to apply those changes. Thus you really can't do one without the other. The example I gave shows how they work together.
that's correct, i got your point.
Even i am confused if i have to select single answer what it would be?
this is the reason i posted this question
Anchal - It would be Tabadmin Configure if its single select answer.
Thanks, Manoj and Toby..
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