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kcforesttest: command line interface to test the directory tree database

NAME

kcforesttest - command line interface to test the directory tree database

DESCRIPTION

The command `kcforesttest' is a utility for facility test and performance test of the directory tree database. This command is used in the following format. `path' specifies the path of a database file. `rnum' specifies the number of iterations.


kcforesttest order [-th num][-rnd][-set|-get|-getw|-rem|-etc][-tran][-oat|-onl|-onl|-otl|-onr][-tc][-bnum num][-psiz num][-pccap num][-rcd|-rcld|-rcdd][-lv]pathrnum
Performs in-order tests.

kcforesttest queue [-th num][-it num][-rnd][-oat|-onl|-onl|-otl|-onr][-tc][-bnum num][-psiz num][-pccap num][-rcd|-rcld|-rcdd][-lv]pathrnum
Performs queuing operations.

kcforesttest wicked [-th num][-it num][-oat|-onl|-onl|-otl|-onr][-tc][-bnum num][-psiz num][-pccap num][-rcd|-rcld|-rcdd][-lv]pathrnum
Performs mixed operations selected at random.

kcforesttest tran [-th num][-it num][-hard][-oat|-onl|-onl|-otl|-onr][-tc][-bnum num][-psiz num][-pccap num][-rcd|-rcld|-rcdd][-lv]pathrnum
Performs test of transaction.

Options feature the following.

-th num : specifies the number of worker threads.
-rnd : performs random test.
-set : performs setting operation only.
-get : performs getting operation only.
-getw : performs getting with a buffer operation only.
-rem : performs removing operation only.
-etc : performs miscellaneous operations.
-tran : performs transaction.
-oat : opens the database with the auto transaction option.
-oas : opens the database with the auto synchronization option.
-onl : opens the database with the no locking option.
-otl : opens the database with the try locking option.
-onr : opens the database with the no auto repair option.
-tc : tunes the database with the compression option.
-bnum num : specifies the number of buckets of the hash table.
-psiz num : specifies the size of each page.
-pccap num : specifies the capacity size of the page cache.
-rcd : use the decimal comparator instead of the lexical one.
-rcld : use the lexical descending comparator instead of the ascending one.
-rcdd : use the decimal descending comparator instead of the lexical one.
-lv : reports all errors.
-it num : specifies the number of repetition.
-hard : performs physical synchronization.

This command returns 0 on success, another on failure.

SEE ALSO

kcforestmgr(1)