Syntax - Teradata Director Program

Teradata® Director Program Reference - 17.20

Deployment
VantageCloud
VantageCore
Edition
Enterprise
IntelliFlex
Lake
VMware
Product
Teradata Director Program
Release Number
17.20
Published
June 2022
Language
English (United States)
Last Update
2023-11-17
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Product Category
Teradata Tools and Utilities


The DI and DIS abbreviations are deprecated.

where:

xxxx
A four-character hexadecimal CP id for which information is to be displayed.
If neither NAME nor PNUM is specified, information for all CPs is displayed.
cpname
A six or seven character CP name for which information is to be displayed. The name is that which had been specified on a previous TDP START CP command.
If neither NAME nor PNUM is specified, information for all CPs is displayed.
REQUESTS
Indicates that a list of all pending and active requests for the CP is to be displayed.
NODETAIL
Indicates that no diagnostic information for the CP is to be displayed. This is the default.
DETAIL
Indicates that diagnostic information for the CP is to be displayed.
This option is intended for use in consultation with Teradata customer support personnel.
The associated information requires internal knowledge of TDP to properly interpret. Without such knowledge, misleading conclusions are probable. Time can be saved by heeding this recommendation.
LOCATION
Indicates that diagnostic information concerning the location of the CP within the database is to be displayed. If such information is not available, nothing is added to the display.
This option is intended for use in consultation with Teradata customer support personnel.
The associated information requires internal knowledge of TDP to properly interpret. Without such knowledge, misleading conclusions are probable. Time can be saved by heeding this recommendation.
PROTOCOL
Indicates that diagnostic information for the communication protocol being used by the CP is to be displayed.
This option is intended for use in consultation with Teradata customer support personnel.
The associated information requires internal knowledge of TDP to properly interpret. Without such knowledge, misleading conclusions are probable. Time can be saved by heeding this recommendation.
SELECT
Indicates that diagnostic information for the selection of the CP for sending requests is to be displayed.
This option is intended for use in consultation with Teradata customer support personnel.
The associated information requires internal knowledge of TDP to properly interpret. Without such knowledge, misleading conclusions are probable. Time can be saved by heeding this recommendation.
CHECKSUM
Indicates that the status of checksum in effect for a CCU-type CP is to be displayed. Use the CONFIG CP CHECKSUM command to control the use of checksum.
The associated information requires internal knowledge of TDP to properly interpret. Without such knowledge, misleading conclusions are probable. Time can be saved by heeding this recommendation.