Caché System Administration Guide
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Preface : 
 
 
Chapter 1: 
  1.1 Starting the Management Portal
1.1.1 Management Portal Login Page
1.1.2 Management Portal Web Application Structure
1.2 Management Portal Overview
1.2.1 Management Portal Title Bar
1.2.2 Management Portal Ribbon
1.2.3 Management Portal Menu Column
1.2.4 Management Portal Navigation Pane
1.2.5 Management Portal Message Pane
1.2.6 System Overview Information
1.3 Management Portal Functional Overview
1.3.1 System Operations
1.3.2 System Explorer
1.3.3 System Administration
Chapter 2: 
  2.1 Configuring Data
2.2 Configuring Namespaces
2.2.1 Create/Modify a Namespace
2.2.2 Create a Namespace on an Ensemble Instance
2.2.3 Rename a Namespace or Modify Default Mappings
2.2.4 Add Global, Routine, and Package Mapping to a Namespace
2.2.5 Delete a Namespace
2.3 Configuring Databases
2.3.1 Database Considerations
2.3.2 Local Databases
2.3.3 Remote Databases
2.4 Configuring System Information
2.4.1 Memory and Startup Settings
2.4.2 IPv6 Support
2.5 Configuring Task Manager Email Settings
2.6 Configuring National Language Support (NLS)
2.6.1 Using the NLS Pages of the Management Portal
2.6.2 Using the NLS Class Packages
2.7 Configuring Cluster Settings
Chapter 3: 
  3.1 Maintaining Local Databases
3.1.1 Displaying Free Space Information
3.1.2 Compacting a Database
3.1.3 Truncating a Database
3.1.4 Compacting Globals in a Database
3.1.5 Defragmenting Globals in a Database
3.2 Controlling Caché Processes
3.2.1 Display Process Information
3.2.2 Display Process Details
3.2.3 Broadcast Messages to Terminals
3.2.4 Manage Refresh Interval
3.3 Using the Task Manager
3.3.1 New Task
3.3.2 On-demand Task
3.3.3 Upcoming Tasks
3.3.4 Task Schedule
3.3.5 Task History
3.3.6 Import Tasks
3.4 Using the Background Tasks Page
Chapter 4: 
  4.1 Configuring Caché Licensing
4.1.1 Configure License Servers
4.2 Activating a License Key
4.2.1 License Troubleshooting
4.2.2 Upgrading a License from the Operating System Command Line
4.3 Determining License Capacity and Usage
4.3.1 Methods to Show Local License Information
4.3.2 Methods to Show License Server Information
4.4 Identifying Users
4.4.1 License Logins
4.4.2 Username Licensing
4.4.3 License Login Special Considerations
4.5 Application Licensing
4.5.1 Loading an Application License
4.5.2 Application Licensing API
Chapter 5: 
  5.1 Caché Launcher
5.2 Starting Caché
5.3 Stopping Caché
5.4 Removing the Launcher from the System Tray
5.4.1 Temporarily
5.4.2 Permanently
5.5 Controlling Caché from the Command Prompt
5.6 Connecting to Caché on the Command Line
Chapter 6: 
  6.1 UNIX® Users, Groups and Permissions
6.1.1 Database and Database Directory Permissions
6.2 Startup on UNIX®
6.2.1 Daemon Resource Locks
6.2.2 Cache.ids File
6.2.3 Startup Sequence
6.3 Managing Caché
6.3.1 Starting Caché
6.3.2 Running Caché
6.3.3 Stopping Caché
Chapter 7: 
  7.1 Define a Remote Server Connection
7.1.1 Using Optional Server Fields
7.2 Advanced Web Server Configuration
Chapter 8: 
  8.1 Caché Instances
8.2 Connecting to a Caché Instance
8.3 Controlling Caché Instances
8.4 Configuring Multiple Caché Instances
8.4.1 Set Port Numbers
 
Appendix A: 
 
Appendix B: 
  B.1 Why We Gather Statistics
B.2 Where Logs Are
B.3 What Statistics are Gathered
B.4 How to Deactivate Feature Tracker