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Create a new 4store KB.

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NAME

4s-backend-setup — Create a new 4store KB

SYNOPSIS

4s-backend-setup kbname [--node node-number] [--cluster cluster-size] [--segments segment-count] kb-name --node Number of this node in the cluster, values range from 0 to cluster- size - 1. The default is 0. --cluster The number of nodes in the cluster. The default is 1. --segments The number of segments in the cluster. The default is 2. We recom‐ mend one for each CPU core in the cluster as a good starting point. Higher numbers tend to consume more resources, but may result in increased performance.

NOTES

Once created with 4s-backend-setup KBs should be started with 4s-backend(1)

SEE ALSO

4s-query(1), 4s-size(1), 4s-httpd(1), 4s-backend(1), 4s-delete-model(1)

EXAMPLES

$ 4s-backend-setup --node 0 --cluster 1 --segments 4 demo Creates the indexes for a single-machine KB with four segments, named "demo".
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