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FairCom DB Utilities

A large collection of FairCom DB utilities are available for monitoring and managing your FairCom Server. Here is a quick list of included utilities immediately useful for the most common administrative tasks.

Browser-Based Graphical Utilities

Browse and manage your c-tree Server environment from nearly anywhere on the network directly from your browser! V12 makes available a suite of browser‑based utilities featuring full-functioned visual user interfaces for monitoring operations and exploring your FairCom DB databases.

Periodic updating of these tools is also now easier than ever keeping your entire organization up-to-date. All components are centrally located on the server via a web service. Simply replace components when provided and all users will immediately enjoy the latest utility updates and features. No more desktop application version and installation hassles.

Details on these tools are available in FairCom Graphical Tools.

Command-Line Utilities

  • ctadmn - The Administrator utility is a menu-driven utility for performing many common administrative tasks.
    • Add and manage users and groups
    • List current logged on users
    • Stop the server
    • Pause the server for maintenance
    • View active files and locks
    • Set file passwords
  • ctstop - The Stop utility halts server operation.
  • ctpass - The Password utility is used to change the password for a FairCom Server user account.
  • sa_admin - The Security Administrator utility is used to add and change user and group security information. Easily create scripts with this utility.
  • ctinfo - The information utility provides useful information about FairCom DB files.
  • ctstat - The Statistics utility has many options for monitoring the FairCom Server. Over 200 metrics are available for monitoring.
  • ctdump - The Dynamic Dump utility submits scripts for instructing the FairCom Server to perform live "hot" backups.

You can learn more about these tools in Command-Line Utilities.