so far running OpenFire using the embedded db, I am, as things get a little more load internally, thinking about how to meaningfully back up the whole structure, and consequently stumbled across the question how to back up the database in OpenFire, too. Ultimately, I read a lot about embedded-db being backed up all along with backing up the openfire installation folder, too, yet I wonder where the database actually lives. My installation (CentOS 6.x) lives in /opt/openfire/openfire, so I kind of expected the database files to live there, too. However, examining the folder I just see these four files:
-rw-rw-r--. 1 remote remote 16 12. Jan 10:01 openfire.lck -rw-rw-r--. 1 remote remote 716833 12. Jan 09:34 openfire.log -rw-rw-r--. 1 remote remote 410 2. Jan 17:02 openfire.properties -rw-rw-r--. 1 remote remote 194507 2. Jan 17:00 openfire.script
I hardly have any experience administering hsqldb instances at runtime, but somehow I wonder where the db actually does keep its data. Asking the other way 'round: Is this all there is supposed to be in there? Am I missing something? Or is this all it needs to get the db up and running?
TIA and all the best,