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5.8. quasardb export tool

5.8.1. Introduction

The quasardb export tool (qdb_export, a.k.a. nugliar) retrieves the data from a timeseries into a CSV file. It can also export the configuration file needed by the import tool (qdb_import) if you want to migrate your data.

5.8.2. Quick Reference

Option Usage Default
-h, --help display help  
--version display the build version and date  
-c, --cluster set the cluster URI qdb://
--ts specify the timeseries to export  
-f, --file specify the file with the timeseries’s data  
--config specify the configuration file to write  
--user-credentials-file path to the user’s private file  
--cluster-public-key-file path to the cluster’s public file  

5.8.3. Program Options

-h, --help

Displays help about the program’s options.


Displays the build version and date.

-c, --cluster=<cluster_uri>

Specifies the address and port of the quasardb cluster to which the export tool must connect.

The URI (list of comma-separated endpoints, i.e. addresses and ports, preceded by qdb://) of a cluster on which the tests will be run.
Default value
qdb://, the IPv4 localhost address and the port 2836.

Specifies the timeseries to export.

The timeseries’s name.
-f, --file=<path_to_file>

Specifies the file receiving the timeseries data.

Path to the file.

Specifies the configuration file which can be used by the import tool to insert the exported data.

Path to the file.

Specifies the user’s private key file with both username and secret_key.

Path to the file.

Specifies the path to the cluster’s public key file.

Path to the file.
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