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       gdbm_load - re-create a GDBM database from a dump file.


       gdbm_load [-Mnr] [-b NUM] [-c NUM] [-m MODE] [-u NAME|UID[:NAME|GID]]
                 [--block-size=NUM] [--cache-size=NUM] [--mmap=NUM]
                 [--mode=MODE] [--no-meta] [--replace]
                 [--user=NAME|UID[:NAME|GID]] FILE [DB_FILE]

       gdbm_load [-Vh] [--help] [--usage] [--version]


       Create  a gdbm database file DB_FILE from the dump file FILE.  If the FILE argument is not
       supplied, output the created database to the standard error.

       If the input file is in ASCII dump format, the mode and ownership of the created  database
       are  restored  from the information in the dump.  This can be overridden using the command
       line options (see below).


       -b, --block-size=NUM
              Sets block size.

       -c, --cache-size=NUM
              Sets cache size.

       -M, --mmap
              Use memory mapping.

       -m, --mode=MODE
              Set database file mode (octal number).

       -n, --no-meta
              Do not attempt to restore database meta-data (mode and ownership).

       -r, --replace
              If the database exists, replace records in it.

       -u, --user=NAME|UID[:NAME|GID]
              Set file ownership.

       -h, --help
              Print a short usage summary.

              Print a list of available options.

       -V, --version
              Print program version


       gdbm_dump(1), gdbmtool(1), gdbm(3).

       For a detailed description of gdbm_load and other gdbm utilities, refer to the GDBM Manual
       available in Texinfo format.  To access it, run:

         info gdbm


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