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NAME

       crmgr - administration utility for QDBM Curia

SYNOPSIS

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

DESCRIPTION

       This manual page documents briefly the crmgr commands.

       crmgr  is  a  utility  for  debugging  Curia and its applications. It features editing and
       checking of a database. It can be used for the 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#curiacli.

       -s     make the file sparse.

       -bnum num
              specify the number of the elements of the bucket array.

       -dnum num
              specify the number of division of the database.

       -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 `CR_DKEEP'.

       -cat   specify the storing mode for `CR_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.

       -lob   handle large objects.

       -n     do not output the tailing newline.

       -k     output keys only.

       -v     output values only.

SEE ALSO

       qdbm(3), crtsv(1), curia(3), cropen(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).