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NAME

       accessdb  -  dumps the content of a man-db database in a human readable
       format.

SYNOPSIS

       /usr/sbin/accessdb [<index-file>]

DESCRIPTION

       accessdb will output the data contained within a man-db database  in  a
       human    readable  form.  By  default,  it  will  dump  the  data  from
       /var/cache/man/index.<db-type>, where <db-type>  is  dependent  on  the
       database library in use.

       Supplying   an  argument  to  accessdb  will  override  this default.

       $mtime$ -> "795987034"
       $version$ -> "2.3.1"
       apropos -> "1 1 795981542 A - - search the manual page names and descriptions"
       catman -> "8 8 795981544 A - - create or update the pre-formatted manual pages"
       man -> "1 1 795981542 A - - an interface to the on-line reference manuals"
       mandb -> "8 8 795981544 A - - create or update the manual page index caches"
       manpath -> " 1 5"
       manpath~1 -> "1 1 795981542 A - - determine search path for manual pages"
       manpath~5 -> "5 5 795981543 A - - format of the /etc/man_db.config file"
       whatis -> "1 1 795981543 A - - search the manual page names"
       zsoelim -> "1 1 795981543 A - - satisfy .so requests in roff input"

AUTHOR

       Wilf. (G.Wilford@ee.surrey.ac.uk)