The Command Line Interface (CLI) is the easiest and most developer friendly way to perform operations on BlobCity DB. The CLI is permitted over the network and hence is actually a TCP stream. This means you do not have to be on the local terminal of the machine on which the database is running to use the CLI of the database.
The default connection to CLI is over port 10113. From a linux terminal the following command will get you connected to the CLI.
telnet localhost 10113
telnet <ip> 10113
<ip> allows for connecting to a remote database instance. You will be required to enter a valid username and password that you wish to use to connect to the database. On connection a greeting message will be displayed, and the console will be ready to accept further commands. Sample console shown below.
telnet localhost 10113 Trying ::1... Connected to localhost. Escape character is '^]'. username>root password>root You are now inside the BlobCity DB console Type 'help' for assistance and 'exit' to quit blobcity>
All on-premise / dedicated instance of BlobCity ship with a default user named
root. The password of the
root user is auto generated and placed in a file called
root-pass.txt inside the database's data directory. The
root user has full administrative rights on the database. It is highly recommended that you change the password of the
root user, or create new users and delete the
root user as soon as your instance is setup.
Updated about a year ago