ftimes-dbm-dump - Enumerate a Berkeley database
ftimes-dbm-dump [-M pattern] [-m pattern-file] [-o option[,option[,...]]] -d db
This utility enumerates a Berkeley database that has been created with
ftimes-dbm-make(1). Output is written to stdout and has the following
- -d db
Specifies the name of the database to dump.
Specifies a pattern that is to be applied to the values. The output
records for any values not matched by the pattern will be discarded.
Use the InvertMatch option to invert the sense of the match.
Specifies a file containing zero or more patterns, one per line, that
are to be applied to the values. The output records for any values
matched by the patterns will be discarded. Use the InvertMatch
option to invert the sense of the match. Use the MatchKeys option
to apply pattern matching to keys instead of values.
- -o option,[option[,...]]
Specifies the list of options to apply. Currently the following
options are supported:
Output keys only. By default, both keys and values are written to
Apply pattern matching to keys instead of values.
Invert the sense of pattern matching.
Output keys and values in the reverse order (i.e., value|key). This
option is silently ignored if the KeysOnly option has been set.
All documentation and code are distributed under same terms and
conditions as FTimes.