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5. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
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Hi, I can't delete an NIS user. Does it sound too simple for you? :( Here is the result:
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4S-BACKEND_SETUP(1J) 4store 4S-BACKEND_SETUP(1J)
4s-backend-setup -- Create a new 4store KB
4s-backend-setup kbname [--node node-number] [--cluster cluster-size] [--segments segment-count] kb-name
--node Number of this node in the cluster, values range from 0 to cluster-size - 1. The default is 0.
The number of nodes in the cluster. The default is 1.
The number of segments in the cluster. The default is 2. We recommend one for each CPU core in the cluster as a good
starting point. Higher numbers tend to consume more resources, but may result in increased performance.
Once crated with 4s-backend-setup KBs should be started with 4s-backend(1)
4s-query(1), 4s-size(1), 4s-httpd(1), 4s-backend(1), 4s-delete-model(1)
$ 4s-backend-setup --node 0 --cluster 1 --segments 4 demo
Creates the indexes for a single-machine KB with four segments, named "demo".
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