This is the command kdb-file that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
kdb-file - Displays which file a key is stored in
kdb file <path>
Where path is the path of a key.
This command prints which file a given key is stored in.
While many keys are stored in a default key database file, many others are stored in any
number of configuration files located all over the system.
This tool is made to allow users to find out the file that a key is actually stored in.
This command makes use of Elektra´s resolver plugin which the uer can learn more about by
running the command kdb info resolver.
Show the man page.
Print version info.
Suppress the newline at the end of the output.
-N, --namespace ns
Specify the namespace to use when writing cascading keys. Default: value of
/sw/kdb/current/namespace or user.
Specifies which default namespace should be used when setting a cascading name.
Note, that as root you can set user/sw/kdb/current/namespace to system to get the
expected default. (by default the namespace is user)
To find which file a key is stored in:
kdb file user/example/key
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