Based on my understanding from the user’s guide. The attribute above will not survive db backup and restore.
Is there a workaround? Thanks.
From User’s Guide:
–cdb-backup File Save a snapshot of the CDB database into a GZipp:ed tar archive
file (given by the File argument). If the File argument is a relative
path, the file will be saved relative the ConfD daemon’s current
working directory . Only configuration data stored in CDB is saved
(persistent CDB operational data is not). Note: if the database is
locked for writing, the command will fail.