You can use kSync.sh to manage hotfixes and customizations as well as restore the current PPM file system.
When to use kSync.sh
- Any hotfix or customization is disrupt.
- A PPM node is down and some PPM code files might be disrupt.
- Files in the customization or content folder are modified.
How to use kSync.sh
sh kSync.sh in the <
PPM_Home>/bin directory. You can run this command in either interactive mode or silent mode.
sh kSync.sh without any parameter attached. And follow the on-screen instructions to enter the specific number for the specific action.
For example, you enter
1 to merge hotfixes, and
2 to merge customizations.
sh kSync.sh with specific parameters attached. To run the command in silent mode, you should first set the environment variable
-a a ="-a r" + "-a t" + "-a c" + "-a h"
Does the following in the order below:
|-a r||Restores the current PPM file system to the out-of-the-box PPM code file system (backed up in the
Merges contents of the content folder to the PPM code file system.
Note: If you only deploy the
|-a c||Merges contents of the customization folder to the PPM code file system.|
Merges the hotfixes you previously deployed (stored in the
Note: This command does not deploy a hotfix you did not deploy before. To deploy a hotfix, you should use the
(Available in PPM 9.62 and later) Passes the database password.