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cimreparchive(1M)					     cimreparchive(1M)

       cimreparchive - create an archive copy of the CIM Server repository

       cimreparchive archive_file

       cimreparchive --help

       cimreparchive --version

       The  cimreparchive  command  creates  an archive copy of the CIM Server
       repository in the specified archive_file. The archive copy  is  assured
       to  contain  a  consistent repository state even if it is created while
       the CIM Server is running.

       The archive_file is created using the tar(1) command.  To  restore  the
       repository  from	 the archive_file, stop the cimserver, move the active
       repository files to a different location, use  tar(2)  to  extract  the
       archived	 repository  files, and restart the cimserver.	(Note that the
       repository location is printed when an archive file is created.)

       cimreparchive recognizes the following options:

	      --help	     Displays the command help message.

	      --version	     Displays the CIM Server version number.

       When an error occurs, an error message is written to the standard error
       stream and a non-zero exit status value is returned. The following exit
       status values are defined:

	      0	     Success

	      1	     General error

	      2	     Failed to initiate archive operation

	      3	     Archive operation failed

       was developed by	 the  Open  Group  OpenPegasus	Open  Source  Software

       cimserver(1M), tar(1).


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