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Manual Reference Pages  -  TCTMGR (1)

NAME

tctmgr - the command line utility of the table database API

CONTENTS

Description
See Also

DESCRIPTION

The command ‘tctmgr’ is a utility for test and debugging of the table database API and its applications. ‘path’ specifies the path of a database file. ‘bnum’ specifies the number of buckets. ‘apow’ specifies the power of the alignment. ‘fpow’ specifies the power of the free block pool. ‘pkey’ specifies the primary key of a record. ‘cols’ specifies the names and the values of a record alternately. ‘name’ specifies the name of a column. ‘op’ specifies an operator. ‘expr’ specifies the condition expression. ‘file’ specifies the input file.

tctmgr create [-tl] [-td|-tb|-tt|-tx] path [bnum [apow [fpow]]]
Create a database file.

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

tctmgr put [-nl|-nb] [-sx] [-dk|-dc|-dai|-dad] path pkey [cols ...]
Store a record.

tctmgr out [-nl|-nb] [-sx] path pkey
Remove a record.

tctmgr get [-nl|-nb] [-sx] [-px] [-pz] path pkey
Print the value of a record.

tctmgr list [-nl|-nb] [-m num] [-pv] [-px] [-fm str] path
Print the primary keys of all records, separated by line feeds.

tctmgr search [-nl|-nb] [-ord name type] [-m num] [-sk num] [-kw] [-pv] [-px] [-ph] [-bt num] [-rm] [-ms type] path [name op expr ...]
Print records matching conditions, separated by line feeds.

tctmgr optimize [-tl] [-td|-tb|-tt|-tx] [-tz] [-nl|-nb] [-df] path [bnum [apow [fpow]]]
Optimize a database file.

tctmgr setindex [-nl|-nb] [-it type] path name
Set the index of a column.

tctmgr importtsv [-nl|-nb] [-sc] path [file]
Store records of TSV in each line of a file.

tctmgr version
Print the version information of Tokyo Cabinet.

Options feature the following.

-tl : enable the option ‘TDBTLARGE’.
-td : enable the option ‘TDBTDEFLATE’.
-tb : enable the option ‘TDBTBZIP’.
-tt : enable the option ‘TDBTTCBS’.
-tx : enable the option ‘TDBTEXCODEC’.
-nl : enable the option ‘TDBNOLCK’.
-nb : enable the option ‘TDBLCKNB’.
-sx : the input data is evaluated as a hexadecimal data string.
-dk : use the function ‘tctdbputkeep’ instead of ‘tctdbput’.
-dc : use the function ‘tctdbputcat’ instead of ‘tctdbput’.
-dai : use the function ‘tctdbaddint’ instead of ‘tctdbput’.
-dad : use the function ‘tctdbadddouble’ instead of ‘tctdbput’.
-px : the output data is converted into a hexadecimal data string.
-pz : do not append line feed at the end of the output.
-m num : specify the maximum number of the output.
-pv : print values of records also.
-fm str : specify the prefix of keys.
-ord name type : specify the order of the result.
-sk num : specify the number of skipped records.
-kw : print KWIC string.
-ph : print hint information also.
-bt : specify the number of benchmark tests.
-rm : remove every record in the result.
-ms type : specify the set operation of meta search.
-tz : enable the option ‘UINT8_MAX’.
-df : perform defragmentation only.
-it type : specify the index type among "lexical", "decimal", "token", "qgram", and "void".
-cd : create the number index instead of the string index.
-cv : remove the existing index.
-sc : normalize keys as lower cases.

The operator of the ‘search’ subcommand is one of "STREQ", "STRINC", "STRBW", "STREW", "STRAND", "STROR", "STROREQ", "STRRX", "NUMEQ", "NUMGT", "NUMGE", "NUMLT", "NUMLE", "NUMBT", "NUMOREQ", "FTSPH", "FTSAND", "FTSOR", and "FTSEX". If "~" preposes each operator, the logical meaning is reversed. If "+" preposes each operator, no index is used for the operator. The type of the ‘-ord’ option is one of "STRASC", "STRDESC", "NUMASC", and "NUMDESC". The type of the ‘-ms’ option is one of "UNION", "ISECT", and "DIFF". This command returns 0 on success, another on failure.

SEE ALSO

tcttest(1), tctmttest(1), tctdb(3), tokyocabinet(3)

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