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Manual Reference Pages  -  DYSTMGR (1)

NAME

dystmgr - the command line utility of the core API

CONTENTS

Description
Tcqtest
See Also

DESCRIPTION

The command ‘dystmgr’ is a utility for test and debugging of the core API and its applications. ‘path’ specifies the path of a database directory. ‘ernum’ specifies the expected number of records. ‘etnum’ specifies the expected number of tokens. ‘id’ specifies the ID number of a record. ‘text’ specifies the text of a record. ‘word’ specifies a search word. ‘file’ specifies the input file.

dystmgr create [-tl] [-td|-tb|-tt] path [ernum [etnum]]
Create a database directory.

dystmgr inform [-nl|-nb] path
Print miscellaneous information to the standard output.

dystmgr put [-nl|-nb] path id text
Store a record.

dystmgr out [-nl|-nb] path id
Remove a record.

dystmgr get [-nl|-nb] path id
Print the text of a record.

dystmgr search [-nl|-nb] [-eu|-ei|-ed] [-sp|-ss|-sf|-st|-stp|-sts] [-max num] [-ph] [-pv] path [word...]
Search for records.

dystmgr list [-nl|-nb] [-max num] [-pv] path
Print ID numbers of all records.

dystmgr optimize [-nl|-nb] path
Optimize a database directory.

dystmgr importtsv [-ic num] [-nl|-nb] path [file]
Store records of TSV in each line of a file.

dystmgr version
Print the version information of Tokyo Dystopia.

Options feature the following.

-tl : enable the option ‘IDBTLARGE’.
-td : enable the option ‘IDBTDEFLATE’.
-tb : enable the option ‘IDBTBZIP’.
-tt : enable the option ‘IDBTTCBS’.
-nl : enable the option ‘IDBNOLCK’.
-nb : enable the option ‘IDBLCKNB’.
-eu : use the union expression.
-ei : use the intersection expression.
-ed : use the difference expression.
-sp : use the prefix matching mode.
-ss : use the suffix matching mode.
-sf : use the full matching mode.
-st : use the token matching mode.
-stp : use the token prefix matching mode.
-sts : use the token suffix matching mode.
-max num : specify the maximum number of the output.
-ph : print hints also.
-pv : print texts of records also.
-ic num : specify the capacity size of the token cache.

This command returns 0 on success, another on failure.

TCQTEST

The command ‘tcqtest’ is a utility for facility test and performance test of the q-gram database API. This command is used in the following format. ‘path’ specifies the path of a database directory. ‘rnum’ specifies the number of iterations.

tcqtest write [-tl] [-td|-tb|-tt] [-et num] [-ic num] [-nl|-nb] [-la num] [-en] [-rc] [-ra] [-rs] path rnum
Store records with random texts.

tcqtest read [-nl|-nb] [-la num] [-lm num] [-en] [-rc] [-ra] [-rs] [-sp|-ss|-sf] path rnum
Search for records with random texts.

tcqtest wicked [-tl] [-td|-tb|-tt] [-et num] [-ic num] [-nl|-nb] [-la num] [-en] [-rc] [-ra] [-rs] path rnum
Perform updating operations selected at random.

Options feature the following.

-tl : enable the option ‘QDBTLARGE’.
-td : enable the option ‘QDBTDEFLATE’.
-tb : enable the option ‘QDBTBZIP’.
-tt : enable the option ‘QDBTTCBS’.
-et num : specify the expected number of tokens.
-ic num : specify the capacity size of the token cache.
-nl : enable the option ‘QDBNOLCK’.
-nb : enable the option ‘QDBLCKNB’.
-la num : specify the average length of each records.
-lm num : specify the minimum length of each records.
-en : use English-like text.
-rc : do not normalize character cases.
-ra : do not normalize characters with accent marks.
-rs : do not normalize white-space characters.
-sp : use the prefix matching mode.
-ss : use the suffix matching mode.
-sf : use the full matching mode.

This command returns 0 on success, another on failure.

SEE ALSO

dysttest(1), dystopia(3)

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