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dbconfig-load-include(1)		 dbconfig-common		 dbconfig-load-include(1)

NAME
       dbconfig-load-include - parse custom format db config files

SYNOPSIS
       dbconfig-load-include  [-hv]  [-a] [-d[varname]] [-u[varname]] [-p[varname]] [-s[varname]]
       [-P[varname]] [-t[varname]] -f format infile

DESCRIPTION
       dbconfig-load-include is a program to parse custom format  include  files  containing  the
       information  necessary  to  connect  a  program to a database resource.	This is primarily
       intended to be used by the dbconfig-common package to import database settings of packages
       with pre-existing configurations that have migrated to dbconfig-common.	for more informa-
       tion, please see /usr/share/doc/dbconfig-common.

OPTIONS
       infile use the given config file as input

       -f|--format
	      use the given output format (default: sh)

       -a|--all
	      include all information in output (default)

       -d|--dbname
	      include the dbname in the output

       -p|--dbpass
	      include the dbpass in the output

       -s|--dbserver
	      include the dbserver in the output

       -P|--dbport
	      include the dbport in the output

       -u|--dbuser
	      include the dbuser in the output

       -t|--dbtype
	      include the dbtype in the output

       -h|--help
	      display this helpful message

       -v|--version
	      output the version and exit

       format is one of a list of include-file style formats for various  programming  languages.
       the current list includes:

       sh     /bin/sh style include file

       perl   perl parseable include file

       php    php parseable include file

       exec   run the file as a script and interpret its output

sean finney				    March 2005			 dbconfig-load-include(1)
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