Commit c1bb547e authored by Wlodzimierz Wencel's avatar Wlodzimierz Wencel
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[#466] removed old commands from man pages

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``command``
Specifies the command to be issued to the servers. It can be one of the following:
**lease-init**
Initializes a new lease database, which is useful during the first Kea
**db-init**
Initializes a new database schema. This is useful during a new Kea
installation. The database is initialized to the latest version
supported by the version of the software.
**lease-version**
Reports the lease database version. This is not necessarily the same as the
Kea version, as each backend has its own versioning scheme.
**lease-upgrade**
Conducts a lease database upgrade. This is useful when migrating
between old and new Kea versions.
**lease-dump**
Dumps the contents of the lease database (MySQL and PostgreSQL
backends) to a text file. The content of the file consists of
comma-separated values (CSV) where each line in the file contains
all of the values for a single lease. The first line of the file is a
header line containing the column names.
supported by the version of the software being installed.
**db-version**
Reports the database backend version number. This is not necessarily
equal to the Kea version number as each backend has its own
versioning scheme.
**db-upgrade**
Conducts a database schema upgrade. This is useful when upgrading Kea.
**db-dump**
Dumps the contents of the lease database (for MySQL, PostgreSQL,
or CQL backends) to a CSV (comma-separated values) text file.
The first line of the file contains the column names. This is meant
to be used as a diagnostic tool, so it provides a portable,
human-readable form of the lease data.
``backend``
Specifies the backend type. Currently allowed backends are: memfile,
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``command``
Command to be issued to the servers. It can be one of the following:
lease-init
Initializes a new lease database. Useful during first Kea
installation. The database is initialized to the latest version
supported by the version of the software.
db-init
Initializes a new database schema. This is useful
during a new Kea installation. The database is initialized to the
latest version supported by the version of the software being
installed.
lease-version
Reports lease database version. This is not necessarily equal to
Kea version as each backend has its own versioning scheme.
db-version
Reports the database backend version number. This
is not necessarily equal to the Kea version number as each backend
has its own versioning scheme.
lease-upgrade
Conducts lease database upgrade. This is useful when migrating
between old and new Kea versions.
db-upgrade
Conducts a database schema upgrade. This is useful when upgrading Kea.
lease-dump
Dumps the contents of the lease database (MySQL and PostgreSQL
backends) to text file. The content of the file consists of
comma-separated-values (CSV) where each line in the file contains
all of the values for a single lease. The first line of file is a
header line containing the column names.
Dumps the contents of the lease database (for MySQL,
PostgreSQL, or CQL backends) to a CSV (comma-separated values) text
file. The first line of the file contains the column names. This is
meant to be used as a diagnostic tool, so it provides a portable,
human-readable form of the lease data.
``backend``
Specifies backend type. Currently allowed backends are: memfile,
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