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The list dbgroup command is used to list information about one or more Bucardo database groups.

Example:

bucardo list dbgroups

Shows a list of all database groups, one per line, in alphabetical order.

Usage:

bucardo list dbgroup <name(s)>

If one or more group names are given, only lists the given ones. Wildcards can be used. To view detailed information, use the –vv (very verbose) argument.

Examples

bucardo list dbgroup

Database group: alpha Members: db1:source db2:target ` Database group: beta Members: db1:source db2:source db3:target`

Internals

Information is read from the bucardo.dbgroup table and bucardo.dbmap tables.

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