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OpenLink Virtuoso Opensource Server


virtuoso-t [-fcnCbDARwMKrBd] [+foreground] [+configfile arg] [+no-checkpoint] [+checkpoint-only] [+backup-dump] [+crash-dump] [+configfile arg] [+restore-crash-dump] [+wait] [+more arg] [+dumpkeys arg] [+restore-backup arg] [+backup-dirs arg] [+debug] [+pwdold arg] [+pwddba arg] [+pwddav arg]

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mkdir work
rm work/*
virtuoso-t -f


This manual page documents briefly the virtuoso-t command.

This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does not have a manual page. Instead, it has documentation in the ’doc’ VAD package.

virtuoso-t is the OpenLink Virtuoso server


A summary of options is included below. For a complete description, see the ’doc’ VAD package.

run in the foreground


use alternate configuration file


do not checkpoint on startup


exit as soon as checkpoint on startup is complete


dump database into the transaction log, then exit


dump inconsistent database into the transaction log, then exit


specify the DB ini to use for reading the data to dump


restore from a crash-dump


wait for background initialization to complete


specify mode options for server startup (onbalr)


specify key id(s) to dump on crash dump (default : all)


default backup directories


run in the foreground


Show additional debugging info


Old DBA password


New DBA password


New DAV password



The configuration file to control the behaviour of the main instance of virtuoso-t.

see also

The programs are documented fully by the ’doc’ VAD package.

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