dspam_merge (1) - Linux Man Pages
dspam_merge: merge several users' metadata into a composite
dspam_merge merges several users' metadata into a single user's dictionary. This tool is designed to create global users and seeded data. The hit sounds for each token and per-user totals are added together to produce a single composite dataset. After creating a composite user, dspam_clean should be run with the -p option to clean up extraneous data.
NOTE : Merges may take a considerable amount of time. This could potentially increase the load on the server or even slow down the delivery of email. A merge should only be performed when the system is fairly acquiesce.
Specify a storage profile from dspam.conf. The storage profile selected will be used
for all database connectivity. See dspam.conf for more information.
user1 user2 ... userN
A list of users to merge together.
- The target user which will be created (if necessary). This user will contain the composite generated by the merge.
EXAMPLESdspam_merge dick jane spot -o ralph
Merges the metadata dictionaries of dick, jane, and spot into a single composite under the user ralph
- Operation was successful.
Operation resulted in an error.
COPYRIGHTCopyright © 2002-2012 DSPAM Project
All rights reserved.
For more information, see http://dspam.sourceforge.net.
SEE ALSOdspam(1), dspam_admin(1), dspam_clean(1), dspam_crc(1), dspam_dump(1), dspam_logrotate(1), dspam_stats(1), dspam_train(1)
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