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TCRMGR(1)			 Tokyo Tyrant			     TCRMGR(1)

       tcrmgr -	the command line utility of the	remote database	API

       The  command `tcrmgr' is	a utility for test and debugging of the	remote
       database	API and	its applications.  `host' specifies the	host  name  of
       the  server.   `key'  specifies the key of a record.  `value' specifies
       the value of a  record.	 `params'  specifies  the  tuning  parameters.
       `dpath'	specifies  the	destination file.  `func specifies the name of
       the function.  `arg' specifies the arguments of the  function.	`file'
       specifies  the input file.  `upath' specifies the update	log directory.
       `mhost' specifies the host name of the replication master.  `url' spec-
       ifies the target	URL.

	      tcrmgr inform [-port num]	[-st] host
		     Print miscellaneous information to	the standard output.
	      tcrmgr put [-port	num] [-sx] [-sep chr] [-dk|-dc|-dai|-dad] host
	      key value
		     Store a record.
	      tcrmgr out [-port	num] [-sx] [-sep chr] host key
		     Remove a record.
	      tcrmgr get [-port	num] [-sx] [-sep chr] [-px] [-pz] host key
		     Print the value of	a record.
	      tcrmgr mget [-port num] [-sx] [-sep chr] [-px] host [key...]
		     Print keys	and values of multiple records.
	      tcrmgr list [-port num] [-sep chr] [-m  num]  [-pv]  [-px]  [-fm
	      str] host
		     Print keys	of all records,	separated by line feeds.
	      tcrmgr  ext  [-port num] [-xlr|-xlg] [-sx] [-sep chr] [-px] host
	      func [key	[value]]
		     Call a script language extension function.
	      tcrmgr sync [-port num] host
		     Synchronize updated contents with the database file.
	      tcrmgr optimize [-port num] host [params]
		     Optimize the database file.
	      tcrmgr vanish [-port num]	host
		     Remove all	records.
	      tcrmgr copy [-port num] host dpath
		     Copy the database file.
	      tcrmgr misc [-port num] [-mnu] [-sx] [-sep chr] [-px] host  func
		     Call a versatile function for miscellaneous operations.
	      tcrmgr importtsv [-port num] [-nr] [-sc] host [file]
		     Store records of TSV in each line of a file.
	      tcrmgr restore [-port num] [-ts num] [-rcc] host upath
		     Restore the database with update log.
	      tcrmgr  setmst  [-port  num]  [-mport num] [-ts num] [-rcc] host
		     Set the replication master.
	      tcrmgr repl [-port num] [-ts num]	[-sid num] [-ph] host
		     Replicate the update log.
	      tcrmgr http [-ah name value] [-ih] url
		     Fetch the resource	of a URL by HTTP.
	      tcrmgr version
		     Print the version information of Tokyo Tyrant.

       Options feature the following.

	      -port num	: specify the port number.
	      -st : print miscellaneous	status data.
	      -sx : input data is evaluated as a hexadecimal data string.
	      -sep chr : specify the separator of the input data.
	      -dk : use	the function `tcrdbputkeep' instead of `tcrdbput'.
	      -dc : use	the function `tcrdbputcat' instead of `tcrdbput'.
	      -dai : use the function `tcrdbaddint' instead of `tcrdbput'.
	      -dad : use the function `tcrdbadddouble' instead of `tcrdbput'.
	      -px : 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.
	      -xlr : perform record locking.
	      -xlg : perform global locking.
	      -mnu : omit the update log.
	      -nr : use	the function `tcrdbputnr' instead of `tcrdbput'.
	      -sc : normalize keys as lower cases.
	      -mport num : specify the port number of the replication master.
	      -ts num :	specify	the beginning time stamp.
	      -rcc : check consistency of replication.
	      -sid num : specify the self server ID.
	      -ph : print human-readable data.
	      -ah name value : add a request header.
	      -ih : output response headers also.

       If the port number is not more than 0, UNIX domain socket is  used  and
       the  path  of the socket	file is	specified by the host parameter.  This
       command returns 0 on success, another on	failure.

       ttserver(1),   ttultest(1),   ttulmgr(1),   tcrtest(1),	 tcrmttest(1),
       ttutil(3), tcrdb(3)

Man Page			  2010-08-05			     TCRMGR(1)


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