NAME

tabch - Add, delete or update rows in the database tables.


SYNOPSIS

tabch [-h| --help]

tabch [-v| --version]

tabch [keycolname=keyvalue] [tablename.colname=newvalue]

tabch [keycolname=keyvalue] [tablename.colname+=newvalue]

tabch -d [keycolname=keyvalue] [tablename.colname=newvalue]


DESCRIPTION

The tabch command adds, deletes or updates the attribute value in the specified table.column for the specified keyvalue. The difference between tabch and chtab is tabch runs as a plugin under the xcatd daemon. This give the additional security of being authorized by the daemon. Normally, the given value will completely replace the current attribute value. But if "+=" is used instead of "=", the specified value will be appended to the coma separated list of the attribute, if it is not already there.


OPTIONS

-h Display usage message.

-v Command Version.

-d Delete option.


RETURN VALUE

0 The command completed successfully.

1 An error has occurred.


EXAMPLES

1. To add a node=node1 to the nodelist table with groups=all:

tabch node=node1 nodelist.groups=all

2. To add a keyword (tftpdir) and value (/tftpboot) to the site table:

tabch key=tftpdir site.value=/tftpboot

3. To add node1 to the nodetype table with os=rhel5:

tabch node=node1 nodetype.os=rhel5

4. To change node1 in nodetype table setting os=sles:

tabch node=node1 nodetype.os=sles

5. To change node1 by appending otherpkgs to the postbootscripts field in the postscripts table:

tabch node=node1 postscripts.postbootscripts+=otherpkgs

6. To delete node1 from nodetype table:

tabch -d node=node1 nodetype


FILES

/opt/xcat/sbin/tabch


SEE ALSO

tabdump(8), tabedit(8)