dpmgr man page

dpmgr — administration utility for QDBM Depot

Synopsis

dpmgr create [-s] [-bnum num] name
dpmgr put [-kx|-ki] [-vx|-vi|-vf] [-keep|-cat] [-na] name key val
dpmgr out [-kx|-ki] name key
dpmgr get [-nl] [-kx|-ki] [-start num] [-max num] [-ox] [-n] name key
dpmgr list [-nl] [-k|-v] [-ox] name
dpmgr optimize [-bnum num] [-na] name
dpmgr inform [-nl] name
dpmgr remove name
dpmgr repair name
dpmgr exportdb name file
dpmgr importdb name file
dpmgr snaffle [-kx|-ki] [-ox] [-n] name key
dpmgr version

Description

This manual page documents briefly the dpmgr commands.

dpmgr is a utility for debugging Depot and its applications. It features editing and checking of a database. It can be used for database applications with shell scripts. This command is used in the above format. name specifies a database name. key specifies the key of a record. val specifies the value of a record.

Options

A summary of options is included below. For a complete description, see the file:///usr/share/doc/qdbm-doc/spex.html#depotcli.

-s

make the file sparse.

-bnum num

specify the number of the elements of the bucket array.

-kx

treat key as a binary expression of hexadecimal notation.

-ki

treat key as an integer expression of decimal notation.

-vx

treat val as a binary expression of hexadecimal notation.

-vi

treat val as an integer expression of decimal notation.

-vf

read the value from a file specified with val.

-keep

specify the storing mode for `DP_DKEEP'.

-cat

specify the storing mode for `DP_DCAT'.

-na

do not set alignment.

-nl

open the database without file locking.

-start

specify the beginning offset of a value to fetch.

-max

specify the max size of a value to fetch.

-ox

treat the output as a binary expression of hexadecimal notation.

-n

do not output the tailing newline.

-k

output keys only.

-v

output values only.

See Also

qdbm(3), dptsv(1), dpopen(3).

Author

QDBM was written by Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@fallabs.com>.

This manual page was written by Fumitoshi UKAI <ukai@debian.or.jp>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).

Referenced By

dptsv(1).

2005-05-23 Man Page Quick Database Manager