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       crtest - test cases for QDBM Curia


       crtest write [-s] [-lob] name rnum bnum dnum
       crtest read [-wb] [-lob] name
       crtest rcat [-c] name rnum bnum dnum pnum align
       crtest combo name
       crtest wicked [-c] name rnum


       The  command  `crtest'  is  a  utility  for  facility  test and performance test.  Check a
       database generated by the command or measure the execution  time  of  the  command.   This
       command  is  used  in  the  following  format.   `name' specifies a database name.  `rnum'
       specifies the number of records.  `bnum' specifies the number  of  elements  of  a  bucket
       array.   `dnum'  specifies  the  number  of  division of a database.  `pnum' specifies the
       number of patterns of the keys.  `align' specifies the basic size of alignment.   `fbpsiz'
       specifies the size of the free block pool.

       crtest write [-s] [-lob] name rnum bnum dnum
              Store records with keys of 8 bytes.  They change as `00000001', `00000002'...

       crtest read [-wb] [-lob] name
              Retrieve all records of the database above.

       crtest rcat [-c] name rnum bnum dnum pnum align fbpsiz
              Store records with partway duplicated keys using concatenate mode.

       crtest combo name
              Perform combination test of various operations.

       crtest wicked [-c] name rnum
              Perform updating operations selected at random.

       Options feature the following.

              -s : make the files sparse.
              -lob : handle large objects.
              -wb : use the function `crgetwb' instead of the function `crget'.
              -c : perform comparison test with map of Cabin.

       This  command  returns  0  on  success,  another  on  failure.   The  environment variable
       `QDBMDBGFD' specifies the file descriptor to output the history of updating  the  variable


       qdbm(3), curia(3)


       QDBM was written by Mikio Hirabayashi <>.