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TCTMGR(1)					    Tokyo Cabinet					    TCTMGR(1)

NAME
tctmgr - the command line utility of the table database API
DESCRIPTION
The command `tctmgr' is a utility for test and debugging of the table database API and its applications. `path' specifies the path of a database file. `bnum' specifies the number of buckets. `apow' specifies the power of the alignment. `fpow' specifies the power of the free block pool. `pkey' specifies the primary key of a record. `cols' specifies the names and the values of a record alternately. `name' specifies the name of a column. `op' specifies an operator. `expr' specifies the condition expression. `file' specifies the input file. tctmgr create [-tl] [-td|-tb|-tt|-tx] path [bnum [apow [fpow]]] Create a database file. tctmgr inform [-nl|-nb] path Print miscellaneous information to the standard output. tctmgr put [-nl|-nb] [-sx] [-dk|-dc|-dai|-dad] path pkey [cols ...] Store a record. tctmgr out [-nl|-nb] [-sx] path pkey Remove a record. tctmgr get [-nl|-nb] [-sx] [-px] [-pz] path pkey Print the value of a record. tctmgr list [-nl|-nb] [-m num] [-pv] [-px] [-fm str] path Print the primary keys of all records, separated by line feeds. tctmgr search [-nl|-nb] [-ord name type] [-m num] [-sk num] [-kw] [-pv] [-px] [-ph] [-bt num] [-rm] [-ms type] path [name op expr ...] Print records matching conditions, separated by line feeds. tctmgr optimize [-tl] [-td|-tb|-tt|-tx] [-tz] [-nl|-nb] [-df] path [bnum [apow [fpow]]] Optimize a database file. tctmgr setindex [-nl|-nb] [-it type] path name Set the index of a column. tctmgr importtsv [-nl|-nb] [-sc] path [file] Store records of TSV in each line of a file. tctmgr version Print the version information of Tokyo Cabinet. Options feature the following. -tl : enable the option `TDBTLARGE'. -td : enable the option `TDBTDEFLATE'. -tb : enable the option `TDBTBZIP'. -tt : enable the option `TDBTTCBS'. -tx : enable the option `TDBTEXCODEC'. -nl : enable the option `TDBNOLCK'. -nb : enable the option `TDBLCKNB'. -sx : the input data is evaluated as a hexadecimal data string. -dk : use the function `tctdbputkeep' instead of `tctdbput'. -dc : use the function `tctdbputcat' instead of `tctdbput'. -dai : use the function `tctdbaddint' instead of `tctdbput'. -dad : use the function `tctdbadddouble' instead of `tctdbput'. -px : the output data is converted into a hexadecimal data string. -pz : do not append line feed at the end of the output. -m num : specify the maximum number of the output. -pv : print values of records also. -fm str : specify the prefix of keys. -ord name type : specify the order of the result. -sk num : specify the number of skipped records. -kw : print KWIC string. -ph : print hint information also. -bt : specify the number of benchmark tests. -rm : remove every record in the result. -ms type : specify the set operation of meta search. -tz : enable the option `UINT8_MAX'. -df : perform defragmentation only. -it type : specify the index type among "lexical", "decimal", "token", "qgram", and "void". -sc : normalize keys as lower cases. The operator of the `search' subcommand is one of "STREQ", "STRINC", "STRBW", "STREW", "STRAND", "STROR", "STROREQ", "STRRX", "NUMEQ", "NUMGT", "NUMGE", "NUMLT", "NUMLE", "NUMBT", "NUMOREQ", "FTSPH", "FTSAND", "FTSOR", and "FTSEX". If "~" preposes each operator, the logical meaning is reversed. If "+" preposes each operator, no index is used for the operator. The type of the `-ord' option is one of "STRASC", "STRDESC", "NUMASC", and "NUMDESC". The type of the `-ms' option is one of "UNION", "ISECT", and "DIFF". This command returns 0 on success, another on failure.
SEE ALSO
tcttest(1), tctmttest(1), tctdb(3), tokyocabinet(3) Man Page 2012-08-18 TCTMGR(1)
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