16.10 - REGION ENABLE LOGONS - Teradata Unity

Teradata Unity User Guide

Product
Teradata Unity
Release Number
16.10
Published
January 2018
Language
English (United States)
Last Update
2018-03-29
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Purpose

Enables session log-on requests on all endpoints in the specified region.

Syntax

REGION ENABLE LOGONS ON region_name ;

Parameters

region_name
Unique character string that identifies a region managed by a Unity server.

Usage Considerations

You must specify the name of the region where you want logons enabled. This command starts endpoint listening on default and standby IP (SIP) addresses that are currently active. If any SIP addresses are defined and running for the specified region on endpoints in other regions, the sequencer instructs those endpoints holding the SIP definitions to stop their SIP listeners.

The REGION ENABLE LOGONS command is asynchronous and only sends a command request to endpoints connected to the sequencer. When the command runs, if there is an endpoint in the specified region that is not connected to the sequencer, this endpoint is not enabled for logons. After an endpoint successfully connects to the sequencer, you can run the command again. Running the command multiple times does not affect those endpoints that are actively listening.

Example

This example command enables session log-on requests on all endpoints in region1.

unityadmin>  REGION ENABLE LOGONS ON region1; 
Command sent successfully to all endpoints. This command is asynchronous.
Use 'ENDPOINT STATUS' command to check each endpoint's global listening status.
unityadmin> ENDPOINT STATUS;
---------------------------------------------
Endpoint  : region1_ept
Connected : yes
Global listen status  : Listening allowed
Listeners:
    Host:Port         : any:1025
    Is SIP            : no
    Associated region : region1 (1)
    State (Current)   : Listening
    State (Wanted)    : Listening