TTULMGR(1) Tokyo Tyrant TTULMGR(1)NAME
ttulmgr - the command line utility of the update log API
The command `ttulmgr' is the utility to export and import the update log. It is useful to filter the update log with such text utilities
as `grep' and `sed'. This command is used in the following format. `upath' specifies the update log directory.
ttulmgr export [-ts num] [-sid num] upath
Export the update log as TSV text data to the standard output.
ttulmgr import upath
Import TSV text data from the standard input to the update log.
Options feature the following.
-ts num : specify the beginning time stamp.
-sid num : specify the self server ID.
This command returns 0 on success, another on failure.
SEE ALSO ttserver(1), ttultest(1), ttutil(3), tculog(3), tcrdb(3)Man Page 2010-01-20 TTULMGR(1)
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TCRTEST(1) Tokyo Tyrant TCRTEST(1)NAME
tcrtest - test cases of the remote database API
The command `tcrtest' is a utility for facility test and performance test. This command is used in the following format. `host' specifies
the host name of the server. `rnum' specifies the number of iterations.
tcrtest write [-port num] [-cnum num] [-tout num] [-nr] [-rnd] host rnum
Store records with keys of 8 bytes. They change as `00000001', `00000002'...
tcrtest read [-port num] [-cnum num] [-tout num] [-mul num] [-rnd] host
Retrieve all records of the database above.
tcrtest remove [-port num] [-cnum num] [-tout num] [-rnd] host
Remove all records of the database above.
tcrtest rcat [-port num] [-cnum num] [-tout num] [-shl num] [-dai|-dad] [-ext name] [-xlr|-xlg] host rnum
Store records with partway duplicated keys using concatenate mode.
tcrtest misc [-port num] [-cnum num] [-tout num] host rnum
Perform miscellaneous test of various operations.
tcrtest wicked [-port num] [-cnum num] [-tout num] host rnum
Perform updating operations of list and map selected at random.
tcrtest table [-port num] [-cnum num] [-tout num] [-exp num] host rnum
Perform miscellaneous test of the table extension.
Options feature the following.
-port num : specify the port number.
-cnum num : specify the number of connections.
-tout num : specify the timeout of each session in seconds.
-nr : use the function `tcrdbputnr' instead of `tcrdbput'.
-rnd : select keys at random.
-mul num : specify the number of records for the mget command.
-shl num : use `tcrdbputshl' and specify the width.
-dai : use `tcrdbaddint' instead of `tcrdbputcat'.
-dad : use `tcrdbadddouble' instead of `tcrdbputcat'.
-ext name : call a script language extension function.
-xlr : perform record locking.
-xlg : perform global locking.
-exp num : specify the lifetime of expiration test.
If the port number is not more than 0, UNIX domain socket is used and the path of the socket file is specified by the host parameter. This
command returns 0 on success, another on failure.
SEE ALSO ttserver(1), ttultest(1), ttulmgr(1), tcrmttest(1), tcrmgr(1), ttutil(3), tcrdb(3)Man Page 2010-01-20 TCRTEST(1)
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