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@@ -30,16 +30,16 @@
========================
Filename: readme.binary_repository
- Authors: Karl Schopmeyer, Jim Wunderlich,
+ Authors: Karl Schopmeyer, Jim Wunderlich,
Date: 20 April 2005
PEP 164 added the capability to write and read a repository in
binary mode as opposed to XML. The binary repository is approximately
42% smaller than a regular xml text based repository. This allows
- significant disk space savings and also results in shorter file
- load times.
+ significant disk space savings and also results in shorter file
+ load times.
- The binary repository functionality supports both XML and binary
+ The binary repository functionality supports both XML and binary
objects concurrently within the same repository. That is it supports
mixed mode repositorys since the encoding and decoding is done on
a per object basis.
@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@
The REPOSITORY_MODE environement variable controls whether
new repository objects are written in XML or Binary mode by
- the makefiles using cimmofl. It can be set to XML or BIN and
+ the makefiles using cimmofl. It can be set to XML or BIN and
defaults to XML.
@@ -58,9 +58,9 @@
export PEGASUS_REPOSITORY_MODE=BIN (Unix)
set PEGASUS_REPOSITORY_MODE=BIN (Windows)
-
- 2. Build the repository
+
+ 2. Build the repository
make repository
@@ -76,21 +76,21 @@
1. Use the cimconfig utility to set the enableBinaryRepository
flag to true in the planed configuration file as follows.
- cimconfig -ps enableBinaryRepository=true
+ cimconfig -ps enableBinaryRepository=true
2. Start the cimserver
cimserver start
- 3. Build the repository
+ 3. Build the repository
make repositoryServer
Building binary objects within the repository using cimmofl
===========================================================
- The cimmofl command accepts a command line argument,
- REPOSITORY_MODE (-M), that controls whether new repository
+ The cimmofl command accepts a command line argument,
+ REPOSITORY_MODE (-M), that controls whether new repository
objects are written in XML (XML) or Binary (BIN) mode.
1. cimmofl -M BIN .......
@@ -99,7 +99,7 @@
======================================================================
-For additional information refer to PEP16 and to the help information
+For additional information refer to PEP16 and to the help information
available from the following commands.