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NAME

       dbmon.sh - Directory Server script for monitoring database and entry cache usage

SYNOPSIS

       [INCR=num]    [SERVID=server_id][BINDDN=binddn]    [BINDPW=password]    [DBLIST=databases]
       [INDEXLIST=indexes] [VERBOSE=num] dbmon.sh

DESCRIPTION

       dbmon.sh is a tool used to monitor database and entry cache usage. It is especially useful
       for  database cache and entry/dn cache tuning - how much space is left, is the cache full,
       how much space on average do I need per entry/dn.

OPTIONS

       It doesn't take any  command  line  arguments,  so  all  options  must  be  passed  in  as
       environment variables.

       dbmon.sh will loop repeatedly showing the db information until it is killed or Ctrl-C

       All arguments are optional, but you will most likely have to provide BINDPW

       INCR - show results every INCR seconds - default is 1 second

       SERVID - Name of the server instance

       BINDDN  -  DN  to  use to bind - must have permission to read everything under cn=config -
       default is cn=Directory Manager

       BINDPW - password for BINDDN - default is secret

       DBLIST - a list of databases you want to check - default is  all  ;  for  more  than  one,
       delimit with spaces e.g. DBLIST="one two three"

       INDEXLIST  -  a list of indexes to show for each named database - default is none; specify
       all for all indexes, or named e.g. INDEXLIST="id2entry entryrdn"

       VERBOSE - output level - 0 == suitable for parsing by a script - 1 == has column  headings
       - 2 == provides detailed descriptions of the data - default is 0

EXAMPLE

       INCR=1  SERVID=slapd-localhost  BINDDN="cn=directory  manager"  BINDPW="secret"  VERBOSE=2
       dbmon.sh

AUTHOR

       dbmon.sh was written by the 389 Project.

REPORTING BUGS

       Report bugs to https://pagure.io/389-ds-base/new_issue

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2017 Red Hat, Inc.

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