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ttdbserver(user	cmd)					  ttdbserver(user cmd)

NAME
       ttdbserver -- RPC-based ToolTalk	database server

SYNOPSIS
       rpc.ttdbserver [-G]  [-m	 DTMOUNTPOINT_value]  [-n]  [-v]  [-?]

DESCRIPTION
       rpc.ttdbserver  is  the	ToolTalk  database server daemon. This process
       (normally started by inetd) performs all	database operations for	 data-
       bases stored on the host.

OPTIONS
       -G	 Perform  garbage collection.  This cleans up the TT_DB	direc-
		 tories	and the	associated internal database files.

       -m DTMOUNTPOINT_value
		 Sets the  DTMOUNTPOINT	 environment  variable	for  rpc.ttdb-
		 server.  If  there  is	already	an environment variable	called
		 DTMOUNTPOINT, -m will override	it.

       -n	 Turn off permission checking. Normally	the protection of  the
		 file  containing  the	spec determines	who may	read and write
		 that spec. This option	disables this checking and allows any-
		 one  to  read	and write any spec. This option	should be used
		 with caution.

       -v	 Print out the version number.

       -?	 Prints	out the	command	usage information.

ENVIRONMENT
       DTMOUNTPOINT
		 If set, the value of this environment variable	will  be  used
		 in place of "/net" in pathnames constructed for the automoun-
		 ters host map.	 This environment variable can also be set  by
		 using the -m flag for rpc.ttdbserver.

FILES
       TT_DB/*	 The  NetISAM  database	 files are kept	in the TT_DB directory
		 under each disk partition mount point.

SEE
       ttsession(1) tt_file_netfile(3)

							  ttdbserver(user cmd)

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