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makebdb - Make a BerkeleyDB database from stdin
makebdb [options] bdbname
makebdb allows a BerkeleyDB database to be formed from input read from stdin. bdbname is the name of the BerkeleyDB database to create, ususally the name of this file will end in .db. If the file already exists is will be overwritten. The format of the input is key, value pairs separated by a colon (:). Example: this is a key:this is a value
-h, --help: Print usage information. -u, --undo: Print content of database file, one entry a line.
The full documentation for BerkeleyDB is available on the Sleepycat Software web site (http://www.sleepycat.com)
Original GDBM code by Horms <email@example.com>. Modified for BerkeleyDB by Chris Stratford <firstname.lastname@example.org>. 30th May 2002 MAKEBDB(1)