|dbd [-cfFstuvV] volumepath|
dbd scans all file and directories of AFP volumes, updating the CNID database of the volume. It must be run with appropriate permissions i.e. as root..
-cconvert from "appledouble = v2" to "appledouble = ea"
-fdelete and recreate CNID database
-Flocation of the afp.conf config file
-sscan volume: treat the volume as read only and dont perform any filesystem modifications
-tshow statistics while running
-uusername for use with AFP volumes using user variable $u
-Vdisplay version info
The CNID backends maintains name to ID mappings. If you change a filename outside afpd(8) (shell, samba), the CNID database will not reflect that change. Netatalk tries to recover from such inconsistencies as gracefully as possible.
|3.1.8||DBD (1)||12 Nov 2015|