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Protecting Your Data : Failover Clusters : Using a cluster-enabled database with standard commands
 

Using a cluster-enabled database with standard commands

A cluster-enabled database can be started with the standard database commands, but a special parameter is required to ensure that it is started in a cluster-protected mode. The following command starts a cluster-enabled database using PROSERVE:
proserve -db dbname -cluster startup
The -db and -cluster parameters are the only parameters allowed; any others are ignored. The effect of this command is that proserve directs the cluster manager to start the database using the configuration provided when the database was enabled for failover. See PROSERVE command for a complete description of the PROSERVE command. See Cluster-enabling a database for information on enabling a database.