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Manual Reference Pages  -  FTIMES-DBM-REAP (1)

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NAME

ftimes-dbm-reap - Extract unresolved keys from one or more files

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

ftimes-dbm-reap [-F separator] [-o option[,option[,...]]] [-s sort-command] [-S sort-dir] [-T tag-pair] -t type-tuple file [file ...]

DESCRIPTION

This utility extracts and conditionally normalizes field values from one or more input files, tags them (see -T) with an initial tag value, and writes the results to stdout. Output is a sorted and conditionally uniqued list of value/tag pairs having the following format:



    value|tag



OPTIONS

-F separator Specifies the input field separator. Valid separators include the following characters: tab ’\t’, space ’ ’, comma ’,’, colon ’:’, semi-colon ’;’, equal sign ’=’, and pipe ’|’. The default separator is a pipe. Note that parse errors are likely to occur if the specified separator appears in any of the field values.
-o option,[option[,...]] Specifies the list of options to apply. Currently the following options are supported:
BeQuiet Don’t report errors (i.e., be quiet) while processing files.
NoUnique Don’t unique the sorted output.
-S sort-dir Specifies the directory sort should use as a temporary work area. The default directory is that specified by the TMPDIR environment variable or /tmp if TMPDIR is not set.
-s sort-command Specifies the name of an alternate sort utility. Relative paths are affected by your PATH environment variable. Alternate sort utilities must support the -o, -T and -u options. This program was designed to work with GNU sort.
-T tag-pair Specifies the tag pair in the following format:



    <tag-type>:<tag-value>



where <tag-type> represents the type of tag and <tag-value> represents a literal value or the column name, or position (starting at one) of the field to use as the tag value. If <tag-type> is VALUE, then <tag-value> represents a literal value. If <tag-type> is FIELD, then <tag-value> represents the column name, or position of the field to use as the tag value. The default tag type is VALUE, and the default tag value is an empty string.

-t type-tuple Specifies a three-tuple type in the following format:



    <file-type>:<field-name>:<field-type>



where <file-type> represents the type of files that are to be processed, <field-name> represents the column name or position (starting at one) of the field to process, and <field-type> represents the expected format of the field values. If <field-name> is specified as a name (rather than a position), each input file must have a header line that contains the named column.

Currently, the following file types are supported: GENERIC. The value for this tuple is not case sensitive.

Currently, the following field types are supported: EIN, MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SSN, and STRING. The value for this tuple is not case sensitive.

Note: All files processed in a given invocation must be of the same type.

AUTHOR

Klayton Monroe

SEE ALSO

ftimes(1), hipdig(1), ftimes-dbm-make(1)

LICENSE

All documentation and code are distributed under same terms and conditions as FTimes.
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