10.5.12. tpm reverse Command

The tpm reverse command will show you the commands required to rebuild the configuration for the current directory. This is useful for doing an upgrade or when copying the deployment to another server.

shell> ./tools/tpm reverse
# Defaults for all data services and hosts
tools/tpm configure defaults \
--application-password=secret \
--application-port=3306 \
--application-user=app \
--replication-password=secret \
--replication-port=13306 \
--replication-user=tungsten \
--start-and-report=true \
--user=tungsten
# Options for the alpha data service
tools/tpm configure alpha \
--connectors=host1,host2,host3 \
--master=host1 \
--members=host1,host2,host3

The tpm reverse command supports the following arguments:

  • --public

    Hide passwords in the command output

  • --ini-format

    Display output in ini format for use in /etc/tungsten/tungsten.ini and similar configuration files