About This Document

Intended Audience

This guide is written for database administrators (DBA), system administrators and application program developers who will manage and configure initialization parameters, data dictionaries, and static and dynamic views of Tibero®.

Required Knowledge

In order to fully understand the guide, users need to have an understanding of the following technologies:

Document Scope

This guide does not contain all information needed for the actual application or operation of Tibero, and therefore, for information related to the installation, configuration, operation and management refer to each relevant guide.

Note

For more information about Tibero installation and configuration, refer to Tibero Installation Guide.

Document Organization

Tibero Reference Guide consists of four chapters and one appendix.

Descriptions for each are as follows:

Conventions

ConventionMeaning
<AaBbCc123>Program source code file name
<Ctrl>+CHold down the Ctrl key and press the C key
[Button] Name of a GUI button or menu
Bold Emphasis
Italics Reference to another guide
" " (Double quotation marks)Reference to a chapter or section in this or another guide
'Input' User input on the screen
Email account, website, or a reference to other chapters or sections
>Proceeding order of menu
+----Files or directories exist in this directory
|----Files or directories do not exist in this directory

Note

Reference or caution
[Figure 1.1] Figure caption
 AaBbCc123
Commands, screen output after executing command, or sample code
{ }Required items
[ ]Optional items
|Selective items

Revision History

VersionDescription
v2.1.7.4
v2.1.7.2
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  

System Requirements

 Requirements
PlatformHP-UX 11i (IA64)
Solaris (Solaris 10)
AIX (PPC 5L/AIX 5.3)
GNU (X86, 64, IA64)
Linux kernel 2.6 or later
Windows (x86) 32-bit/64-bit
HardwareAt least 2.5 GB hard disk space
More than 1 GB RAM
CompilerPSM (C99 support needed)
tbESQL/C (C99 support needed)

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