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    Command:

    makedbm

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           /usr/lib/yp/makedbm  [  -a  |  -r  ]  [  -b ] [ -c ] [ -s ] [ -l ] [ -i
           YP_INPUT_NAME ] [ -o YP_OUTPUT_NAME ] [ -m YP_MASTER_NAME  ]  inputfile
           dbname
           /usr/lib/yp/makedbm -u dbname
           /usr/lib/yp/makedbm -c
           /usr/lib/yp/makedbm --version
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           makedbm  takes the inputfile and converts it to a ypserv database file.
           In the moment, GDBM is used as database. Each line of the input file is
           converted  to  a  single  record. All characters up to the first TAB or
           SPACE are the key, and the rest of the line is the data.  makedbm  does
           not treat '#' as a special character.
    
    
    

    OPTIONS

           -a     Special  support  for mail aliases. We couldn't use sendmail for
                  it, since sendmail uses db, but ypserv gdbm as database  format.
    
           -b     Insert  the  YP_INTERDOMAIN  into  the  output.  This key causes
                  ypserv(8) to use DNS for host name and address lookups for hosts
                  not found in the maps.
    
           -c     send  a YPPROC_CLEAR to the local ypserv(8).  This causes ypserv
                  to invalidate all cached entries.
    
           -l     Convert the keys of the given map to lower case.
    
           -i YP_INPUT_NAME
                  Create a special entry with the key YP_INPUT_NAME.
    
           -m YP_MASTER_NAME
                  Create a special entry with the key YP_MASTER_NAME.  If no  mas-
                  ter  host  name  is specified, YP_MASTER_NAME will be set to the
                  local host name.
    
           -o YP_OUTPUT_NAME
                  Create a special entry with the key YP_OUTPUT_NAME.
    
           -r     Handle '#' as comment sign and remove the comment.
    
           -s     Secure map. Accept connections from  secure  NIS  networks  only
                  (reserved ports).
    
           -u dbname
                  Dump a ypserv database file. Prints out the file in text format,
                  one entry per line, with a single  space  separating  keys  from
                  values.
    
           --no-limit-check
                  Don't check for NIS key and data limit.
    
    
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