verify-index

verify-index — check index for consistency or errors

Synopsis

verify-index {options}

Description

This utility ensures that index data is consistent within an indexed backend database. Stop the server before running this tool.

Options

The verify-index command takes the following options:

Command options:

-b | --baseDn {baseDN}

Base DN of a backend supporting indexing. Verification is performed on indexes within the scope of the given base DN.

-c | --clean

Specifies that a single index should be verified to ensure it is clean. An index is clean if each index value references only entries containing that value. Only one index at a time may be verified in this way. Default: false

--countErrors

Count the number of errors found during the verification and return that value as the exit code (values > 255 will be reduced to 255 due to exit code restrictions). Default: false

-i | --index {index}

Name of an index to be verified. For an attribute index this is simply an attribute name. Multiple indexes may be verified for completeness, or all indexes if no indexes are specified. An index is complete if each index value references all entries containing that value.

General options:

-V | --version

Display Directory Server version information. Default: false

-H | --help

Display this usage information. Default: false

Exit Codes

0

The command completed successfully.

1

The command was run in non-interactive mode, but could not complete because confirmation was required to run a long or critical task. See the error message or the log for details.

10

The command found errors in the index, but the --countErrors option was not specified.

0-255

When the --countErrors option is specified, the exit code indicates the number of errors found.