gfsh Command Help
This section provides help and usage information on all
gfsh commands, listed alphabetically.
Modify an existing GemFire resource.
Back up persistent data from all members to the specified directory.
Changes the logging level on specified members.
Clears all the defined indexes.
Close durable client CQs and durable clients.
Compact online and offline disk-stores.
Configure Portable Data eXchange for all the cache(s) in the cluster.
Connect to a jmx-manager either directly or via a locator.
Create async-event-queues, disk-stores, gateway receivers, gateway senders, indexes, and regions.
Enable or disable debugging output in
Define an index that can be used when executing queries. Then, you can execute a single command to create multiple indexes all at once using
create defined indexes.
Deploy JAR-packaged applications to a member or members.
Display details of a member’s configuration, shell connection, disk-stores, members, or regions.
Delete or unregister functions, remove indexes, disk stores and regions.
Close any active connection(s).
Echo the given text, which may include system and user variables.
Execute functions on members or regions.
gfshshell. You can also use
quitto exit the shell.
Export configurations, data, logs and stack-traces.
Force GC (Garbage Collection) on a member or members.
Display an entry in a region.
Display syntax and usage information for all the available commands.
Display information on topics and a list of commands associated with a topic.
Show or save the command history.
You can import data into a region or import an existing cluster configuration into the cluster.
List existing GemFire resources such as deployed applications, disk-stores, functions, members, servers, and regions.
Causes the specified gateway sender to close its current connections and reconnect to remote gateway receivers in a more balanced fashion.
Locate a region entry on a member.
Report network information and statistics via the “netstat” operating system command.
Pause a gateway sender.
Renames PDX types in an offline disk store.
Add or update a region entry.
Run queries against GemFire regions.
Rebalance partitioned regions.
Remove an entry from a region.
Resume any gateway senders that you have paused.
Instruct the member(s) of a cluster to stop waiting for a disk store to be available.
Execute a set of GFSH commands.
Set variables in the GFSH environment.
Execute operating system commands.
Display deadlocks, logs, metrics and missing disk-stores.
Stop all members.
Start servers, locators, gateway senders and gateway receivers, and monitoring tools.
Check the status of the cluster configuration service and GemFire member processes, including locators, gateway receivers, gateway senders, and servers.
Stop gateway receivers, gateway senders, locators and servers.
Undeploy the JAR files that were deployed on members or groups using
Validate offline disk stores.
Display product version information.