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ntdbtool - manipulate the contents NTDB files
ntdbtool NTDBFILE [COMMANDS...]
This tool is part of the samba(1) suite.
ntdbtool a tool for displaying and altering the contents of Samba NTDB
(New Trivial DataBase) files. Each of the commands listed below can be
entered interactively or provided on the command line.
Create a new database named NTDBFILE.
Open an existing database named NTDBFILE.
Erase the current database.
Dump the current database as strings.
Dump the current database as connection records.
Dump the current database keys as strings.
Dump the current database keys as hex values.
Print summary information about the current database.
insert KEY DATA
Insert a record into the current database.
move KEY NTDBFILE
Move a record from the current database into NTDBFILE.
store KEY DATA
Store (replace) a record in the current database.
Show a record by key.
Delete a record by key.
Print the current database hash table and free list.
Print the current database and free list.
Execute the given system command.
Print the first record in the current database.
Print the next record in the current database.
Check the integrity of the current database.
Repack a database using a temporary file to remove fragmentation.
The contents of the Samba NTDB files are private to the implementation
and should not be altered with ntdbtool.
This man page is correct for version 4.0 of the Samba suite.
The original Samba software and related utilities were created by
Andrew Tridgell. Samba is now developed by the Samba Team as an Open
Source project similar to the way the Linux kernel is developed.
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