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NAME

       kttimedmgr - command line interface to manage the timed database

DESCRIPTION

       The  command  `kttimedmgr' is a utility for test and debugging of the timed database and its applications.  `path' specifies the path of a database file.  `key' specifies the key of a record.  `value' specifies the
       value of a record.  `file' specifies the input/output file.  `dir' specifies the input/output directory.  `src' specifies other database files.

              kttimedmgr create [-otr] [-onl|-otl|-onr] [-ulog str] [-ulim num] [-sid num] [-dbid num] path
                     Creates a database file.
              kttimedmgr inform [-onl|-otl|-onr] [-ulog str] [-ulim num] [-sid num] [-dbid num] [-st] path
                     Prints status information.
              kttimedmgr set [-onl|-otl|-onr] [-ulog str] [-ulim num] [-sid num] [-dbid num] [-add|-app|-rep|-inci|-incd] [-sx] [-xt num] path key value
                     Stores a record.
              kttimedmgr remove [-onl|-otl|-onr] [-ulog str] [-ulim num] [-sid num] [-dbid num] [-sx] path key
                     Removes a record.
              kttimedmgr get [-onl|-otl|-onr] [-ulog str] [-ulim num] [-sid num] [-dbid num] [-rm] [-sx] [-px] [-pt] [-pz] path key
                     Prints the value of a record.
              kttimedmgr list [-onl|-otl|-onr] [-ulog str] [-ulim num] [-sid num] [-dbid num] [-des] [-max num] [-rm] [-sx] [-pv] [-px] [-pt] path [key]
                     Prints keys of all records, separated by line feeds.
              kttimedmgr clear [-onl|-otl|-onr] [-ulog str] [-ulim num] [-sid num] [-dbid num] path
                     Removes all records of a database.
              kttimedmgr import [-onl|-otl|-onr] [-ulog str] [-ulim num] [-sid num] [-dbid num] [-sx] [-xt num] path [file]
                     Imports records from a TSV file.
              kttimedmgr copy [-onl|-otl|-onr] [-ulog str] [-ulim num] [-sid num] [-dbid num] path file
                     Copies the whole database.
              kttimedmgr dump [-onl|-otl|-onr] [-ulog str] [-ulim num] [-sid num] [-dbid num] path [file]
                     Dumps records into a snapshot file.
              kttimedmgr load [-otr] [-onl|-otl|-onr] [-ulog str] [-ulim num] [-sid num] [-dbid num] path [file]
                     Loads records from a snapshot file.
              kttimedmgr vacuum [-onl|-otl|-onr] [-ulog str] [-ulim num] [-sid num] [-dbid num] path
                     Eliminates regions of expired records.
              kttimedmgr recover [-onl|-otl|-onr] [-ulog str] [-ulim num] [-sid num] [-dbid num] [-ts num] path dir
                     Recover the database with update log data.
              kttimedmgr merge [-onl|-otl|-onr] [-ulog str] [-ulim num] [-sid num] [-dbid num] [-add|-app|-rep] path src...
                     Merge records from other databases.
              kttimedmgr check [-onl|-otl|-onr] [-ulog str] [-ulim num] [-sid num] [-dbid num] path
                     Checks consistency.
              kttimedmgr bgsinform file
                     Prints status information of background snapshot files.

       Options feature the following.

              -otr : opens the database with the truncation option.
              -onl : opens the database with the no locking option.
              -otl : opens the database with the try locking option.
              -onr : opens the database with the no auto repair option.
              -ulog str : specifies the update log directory.
              -ulim num : specifies the limit size of each update log file.
              -sid num : specifies the server ID number.
              -dbid num : specifies the database ID number.
              -st : prints miscellaneous information.
              -add : performs adding operation.
              -app : performs appending operation.
              -rep : performs replacing operation.
              -inci : performs integer increment operation.
              -incd : performs real number increment operation.
              -sx : the input data is evaluated as a hexadecimal data string.
              -xt num : specifies the expiration time.
              -rm : removes the record.
              -px : the output data is converted into a hexadecimal data string.
              -pt : prints the expiration time also.
              -pz : does not append line feed at the end of the output.
              -des : visits records in descending order.
              -max num : specifies the maximum number of shown records.
              -pv : prints values of records also.
              -ts num : specifies the maximum time stamp of already read logs.  "now" means the current time stamp.

       This command returns 0 on success, another on failure.

SEE ALSO

       kttimedtest(1)