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TCFTEST(1)				  Tokyo Cabinet 			       TCFTEST(1)

NAME
       tcftest - test cases of the fixed-length database API

DESCRIPTION
       The  command  `tcftest' is a utility for facility test and performance test.  This command
       is used in the following format.  `path' specifies the path of a  database  file.   `rnum'
       specifies  the  number  of  iterations.	 `width' specifies the width of the value of each
       record.	`limsiz' specifies the limit size of the database file.

	      tcftest write [-mt] [-nl|-nb] [-rnd] path rnum [width [limsiz]]
		     Store  records  with  keys  of  8	bytes.	 They	change	 as   `00000001',
		     `00000002'...
	      tcftest read [-mt] [-nl|-nb] [-wb] [-rnd] path
		     Retrieve all records of the database above.
	      tcftest remove [-mt] [-nl|-nb] [-rnd] path
		     Remove all records of the database above.
	      tcftest rcat [-mt] [-nl|-nb] [-pn num] [-dai|-dad|-rl] path rnum [limsiz]]
		     Store records with partway duplicated keys using concatenate mode.
	      tcftest misc [-mt] [-nl|-nb] path rnum
		     Perform miscellaneous test of various operations.
	      tcftest wicked [-mt] [-nl|-nb] path rnum
		     Perform updating operations selected at random.

       Options feature the following.

	      -mt : call the function `tcfdbsetmutex'.
	      -nl : enable the option `FDBNOLCK'.
	      -nb : enable the option `FDBLCKNB'.
	      -rnd : select keys at random.
	      -wb : use the function `tcfdbget4' instead of `tcfdbget2'.
	      -pn num : specify the number of patterns.
	      -dai : use the function `tcfdbaddint' instead of `tcfdbputcat'.
	      -dad : use the function `tcfdbadddouble' instead of `tcfdbputcat'.
	      -rl : set the length of values at random.
	      -ru : perform random operation on random key.

       This command returns 0 on success, another on failure.

SEE ALSO
       tcfmttest(1), tcfmgr(1), tcfdb(3), tokyocabinet(3)

Man Page				    2012-08-18				       TCFTEST(1)
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