Replace an installed docbase without stopping TEXTML Server
When you have multiple docbases installed on TEXTML Server, you can restore one without affecting the users using the others.
When multiple docbases are installed in TEXTML Server, you may not want to shut it down to replace a single docbase thereby affecting a large portion of users unnecessarily.
To replace a docbase:
Open the TEXTML Administration perspective by clicking the
TEXTML Administration shortcut on the
tool bar. If the shortcut is not displayed, follow these steps:
- Click TEXTML Administration.
- Click OK.
- In the TEXTML Administration view, double-click the server. If your server is not displayed in the view, you must add it to the view.
- When the Connect as dialog opens, type your username and password and click OK.
- Double-click the name of your docbase to open a connection to the Content Store.
- Right-click the docbase and click Uninstall.
Delete all the files related to the docbase being replaced.
For example, if the existing docbase was in C:\docbases\TEXTML4.4\Prod (Windows) or /docbases/TEXTML4.4/Prod (Linux), then you would delete all the files in the Prod folder.
Copy all the docbase files (data files and log facility) from
the backup and paste them into the docbase folder.
Note: Use copy and paste instead of drag and drop to move the files to ensure data integrity.Important: If the backup was generated as a snapshot, ensure the files are writable.
In the TEXTML
Administration view, right-click the server and click Install Document Base.
The Install Document Base dialog opens.
In the Name box, type the
name of the docbase.
Note: While the name of the docbase can be different from the name of the docbase folder, IXIASOFT highly recommends that you use the same name.
In the Data box, type the
path to the docbase folder.
Important: If you opened the TextmlServer Console Java or TEXTML Server perspective from a different machine than where TEXTML Server and the docbase are installed, you must enter the full path to the docbase on the machine where it is installed (and the Browse button is disabled).
Do one of the following:
Note: Logger records (not to be confused with transaction logs) are duplicates of the master record for docbase transactions. TEXTML Server creates logger records when performing write operations on the docbase. Users who expect frequent intense write activity on a docbase may choose to locate the logger records in a separate directory residing on a different physical disk to improve performance.
- To have logger records saved in the docbase directory, select Use same directory for logs.
- To have logger records written to a different directory, specify a folder in the Logs box.
- Under Installation Type, click Existing document base to install a populated docbase (for example, a docbase that you previously migrated or are restoring from a backup).
- Click OK.
- Right-click the docbase.
- Click Unlock all documents.