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@@ -1897,2 +1897,6 @@ The following variables control how the database is opened:
+@deftypevr {gdbmtool variable} numeric blocksize
+Sets the block size. @xref{Open, block_size}. Unset by default.
+@end deftypevr
+
@deftypevr {gdbmtool variable} numeric cachesize
@@ -1902,6 +1906,2 @@ By default this variable is not set.
-@deftypevr {gdbmtool variable} numeric blocksize
-Sets the block size. @xref{Open, block_size}. Unset by default.
-@end deftypevr
-
@anchor{openvar}
@@ -2372,3 +2372,3 @@ files,ASCII}). Another format can be requested using the
-The @command{gdbm_load} utility understands the following command line
+The @command{gdbm_dump} utility understands the following command line
options:
@@ -2407,5 +2407,5 @@ original name, as stored in the input file. It will fail to do so if
the input is in binary format. In that case, the name of the database
-to create can be given as the second argument.
+must be given as the second argument.
-In general, if two arguments are given, the second one is treated as
+In general, if two arguments are given the second one is treated as
the name of the database to create, overriding the file name specified
@@ -2416,5 +2416,18 @@ The utility understands the following command line arguments:
@table @option
+
+@item -b @var{num}
+@itemx --block-size=@var{num}
+Sets block size. @xref{Open, block_size}.
+
+@item -c @var{num}
+@itemx --cache-size=@var{num}
+Sets cache size. @xref{Options, GDBM_SETCACHESIZE}.
+
+@item -M
+@itemx --mmap
+Use memory mapping.
+
@item -m @var{mode}
@item --mode=@var{mode}
-Set file mode. The argument is the desired file mode in octal.
+Sets the file mode. The argument is the desired file mode in octal.

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