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ttdbserver (1)
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         ttdbserver, rpc.ttdbserverd -  RPC-based  ToolTalk  database
         rpc.ttdbserverd [-G] [-m DTMOUNTPOINT_value] [-n] [-v] [-?]
         rpc.ttdbserverd  manages   ToolTalk   objects   created   by
         tt_spec_create(3),  and  handles  certain queries related to
         the netfiles returned by tt_file_netfile(3).   One  instance
         of  rpc.ttdbserverd (normally started by inetd) runs on each
         host that has a local  filesystem.   rpc.ttdbserverd  serves
         four purposes:
         1. Mapping a spec to its associated file and a file  to  its
            associated specs.
         2. Mapping a spec to its properties.
         3. Mapping a file to a list of sessions with clients  having
            patterns registered in the scope of that file.
         4. Answering netfile  queries;  see  tt_file_netfile(3)  and
         For each filesystem  that  rpc.ttdbserverd  needs  to  store
         information  about,  it  creates a directory called TT_DB at
         the mountpoint of that file system.  In  that  directory  it
         creates  the  databases  it  needs  to  store its tables and
         indices.   If  the   partition   is   not   writable,   then
         rpc.ttdbserverd can be told, via partition_map(4), to create
         the   databases   in   another    local    partition.     If
         rpc.ttdbserverd  is  not  installed  on  a  particular  file
         server, ToolTalk can be told, via hostname_map(4), to manage
         that file server's partitions using the rpc.ttdbserverd on a
         different host.
         -G   Perform garbage collection.  This cleans up  the  TT_DB
              directories and the associated internal database files.
         -m DTMOUNTPOINT_value
              Sets  the   DTMOUNTPOINT   environment   variable   for
              rpc.ttdbserverd.   If  there  is already an environment
              variable called DTMOUNTPOINT, -m will override it.
         -S   Runs rpc.ttdbserverd in the foreground.
         -n   Turn off permission checking.  Normally the  protection
              of  the file passed to tt_spec_create(3) determines who
              may read and write that  spec.   This  option  disables
              this  checking  and allows anyone 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.
              If set, the value of this environment variable will  be
              used  in  place  of  "/net" in pathnames constructed to
              answer tt_host_netfile_file(3) queries.  This  environ-
              ment  variable can also be set by using the -m flag for
              If $TT_PARTITION_MAP is set, it is  used  in  place  of
              /etc/tt/partition_map.  See partition_map(4).
         TT_DB/*             spec and session database files are kept
                             in  the  TT_DB directory under each disk
                             partition mount point.
         tt/hostname_map     Host     redirection      map.       See
                             Partition    redirection    map.     See
         ttsession(1)   tt_file_netfile(3)    tt_host_file_netfile(3)
         tt_spec_create(3) hostname_map(4) partition_map(4)

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