Commit 5dedb9cd authored by Per Cederqvist's avatar Per Cederqvist
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Changed ramkom to lyskom.

parent baa25fe0
.\" $Id: lyskom.5,v 1.4 1991/09/15 09:54:59 linus Exp $
.\" $Id: lyskom.5,v 1.5 1991/09/21 03:02:33 ceder Exp $
.\" Copyright (C) 1991 Lysator Academic Computer Association.
.\"
.\" This file is part of the LysKOM server.
......@@ -21,15 +21,15 @@
.\"
.\" Please mail bug reports to bug-lyskom@lysator.liu.se.
.\"
.\" $Id: lyskom.5,v 1.4 1991/09/15 09:54:59 linus Exp $
.\" $Date: 1991/09/15 09:54:59 $
.TH ramkom 5 "August 24, 1991"
.\" $Id: lyskom.5,v 1.5 1991/09/21 03:02:33 ceder Exp $
.\" $Date: 1991/09/21 03:02:33 $
.TH lyskom 5 "August 24, 1991"
.SH NAME
ramkom - LysKOM
lyskom - LysKOM
.I database
format
.SH SYNOPSIS
.B /usr/lyskom/db/ramkomd-*
.B /usr/lyskom/db/lyskomd-*
.br
and
.br
......@@ -43,9 +43,9 @@ is not really a database but a sequential file where all data is saved
from the memory.
.SH DESCRIPTION
There are 2 files: One file with all the data
.RB ( ramkomd-data ).
.RB ( lyskomd-data ).
And one with all texts
.RB ( ramkomd-texts ).
.RB ( lyskomd-texts ).
The texts file does not contain any information about where any text
starts of ends, all this is in the data file together with other infos
on the text.
......@@ -53,8 +53,8 @@ on the text.
If the first five chars of the data file is CLEAN then the
.I database
is considered clean. If its anything else the
.BR ramkomd (8)
program will try to find the backupfile instead.
.BR lyskomd (8)
proglys will try to find the backupfile instead.
.PP
Then there is a number telling the number of the next free conference
.RI ( next_free_num ).
......@@ -246,7 +246,7 @@ Person that wrote this text.
.TP
.I Start
Start pointer for the text in the
.I ramkomd-texts
.I lyskomd-texts
file.
.TP
.I Number of lines
......@@ -290,19 +290,19 @@ An array containing the texts that we have read after the
This is necessary because its possible to read in any order.
.SH FILES
.TP 20
.IB database-directory /db/ramkomd-data
.IB database-directory /db/lyskomd-data
File with all the elements and pointers.
.TP
.IB database-directory /db/ramkomd-texts
.IB database-directory /db/lyskomd-texts
File with the texts.
.TP
.IB database-directory /etc/pid
File with the pid of the lyskom-process.
.TP
.IB database-directory /db/ramkomd-backup
.IB database-directory /db/lyskomd-backup
Backup file with all data.
.SH "SEE ALSO"
.BR ramkomd (8),
.BR lyskomd (8),
.BR dbck (8)
.SH BUGS
This is really a joke. Its not a database, not optimal in any way. But
......
.\" $Id: lyskom.5,v 1.4 1991/09/15 09:54:59 linus Exp $
.\" $Id: lyskom.5,v 1.5 1991/09/21 03:02:33 ceder Exp $
.\" Copyright (C) 1991 Lysator Academic Computer Association.
.\"
.\" This file is part of the LysKOM server.
......@@ -21,15 +21,15 @@
.\"
.\" Please mail bug reports to bug-lyskom@lysator.liu.se.
.\"
.\" $Id: lyskom.5,v 1.4 1991/09/15 09:54:59 linus Exp $
.\" $Date: 1991/09/15 09:54:59 $
.TH ramkom 5 "August 24, 1991"
.\" $Id: lyskom.5,v 1.5 1991/09/21 03:02:33 ceder Exp $
.\" $Date: 1991/09/21 03:02:33 $
.TH lyskom 5 "August 24, 1991"
.SH NAME
ramkom - LysKOM
lyskom - LysKOM
.I database
format
.SH SYNOPSIS
.B /usr/lyskom/db/ramkomd-*
.B /usr/lyskom/db/lyskomd-*
.br
and
.br
......@@ -43,9 +43,9 @@ is not really a database but a sequential file where all data is saved
from the memory.
.SH DESCRIPTION
There are 2 files: One file with all the data
.RB ( ramkomd-data ).
.RB ( lyskomd-data ).
And one with all texts
.RB ( ramkomd-texts ).
.RB ( lyskomd-texts ).
The texts file does not contain any information about where any text
starts of ends, all this is in the data file together with other infos
on the text.
......@@ -53,8 +53,8 @@ on the text.
If the first five chars of the data file is CLEAN then the
.I database
is considered clean. If its anything else the
.BR ramkomd (8)
program will try to find the backupfile instead.
.BR lyskomd (8)
proglys will try to find the backupfile instead.
.PP
Then there is a number telling the number of the next free conference
.RI ( next_free_num ).
......@@ -246,7 +246,7 @@ Person that wrote this text.
.TP
.I Start
Start pointer for the text in the
.I ramkomd-texts
.I lyskomd-texts
file.
.TP
.I Number of lines
......@@ -290,19 +290,19 @@ An array containing the texts that we have read after the
This is necessary because its possible to read in any order.
.SH FILES
.TP 20
.IB database-directory /db/ramkomd-data
.IB database-directory /db/lyskomd-data
File with all the elements and pointers.
.TP
.IB database-directory /db/ramkomd-texts
.IB database-directory /db/lyskomd-texts
File with the texts.
.TP
.IB database-directory /etc/pid
File with the pid of the lyskom-process.
.TP
.IB database-directory /db/ramkomd-backup
.IB database-directory /db/lyskomd-backup
Backup file with all data.
.SH "SEE ALSO"
.BR ramkomd (8),
.BR lyskomd (8),
.BR dbck (8)
.SH BUGS
This is really a joke. Its not a database, not optimal in any way. But
......
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