sqld program

WTSupported in traditional Synergy on Windows
WNSupported in Synergy .NET on Windows

 

 

The sqld program provides the Synergy/DE SQL OpenNet service. It reads opennet.srv and starts the vtxnetd/vtxnet2 server program (see Customizing the opennet.srv file). Sqld also polls vtxnetd/vtxnet2 periodically to verify that the program is still running (see Changing the polling interval). The service name for sqld is SynSQL; the display name is “Synergy/DE OpenNet Server”.

Important

Do not attempt to issue sqld commands from the command line while the Synergy Configuration Program is running.

sqld [-h][-l][-q|-r|-rs|-x]

-h

Display a list of sqld options.

-l

Log debug information about SynSQL start-up in the Windows event log. Used with -r or -rs.

-q

Stop the service SynSQL. (See Stopping and removing SQL OpenNet for details on what happens when the service is stopped.)

-r

Register the service SynSQL.

-rs

Register the service SynSQL (if necessary) and then start it.

-x

Unregister (remove) the service SynSQL. If the service is running, -x will first stop it.