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How to run Promon to set the Statement Cache Temporary Directory from a script?

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TitleHow to run Promon to set the Statement Cache Temporary Directory from a script?
URL NameHow-to-run-Promon-to-set-the-Statement-Cache-Temporary-Directory-from-a-script
Article Number000182448
EnvironmentOpenEdge
10.x, 11.x
AIX
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How to run Promon to set the Statement Cache Temporary Directory from a script?

Is it possible to set the promon Statement Cache Temporary Directory without an user interaction?
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Use the 'nohup' command in a script to run promon in the background with an input file.  For example the nohup command would be:
 
nohup  ${DLC}/bin/promon sports2000 < statcachingrep.txt    > /dev/null&

The statcachingrep.txt file in this case contains:
 
r&d
1
18
8
/MyCacheDirectory/
x

 
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Last Modified Date1/27/2016 4:54 PM
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