This is the command kdb-setmeta 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-setmeta - Set the value of a meta key
kdb setmeta <key-name> <meta-name> <meta-value>
Where key-name is the path to the key that the meta key is associated with, meta-name is
the name of the meta key the user would like to set the value of (or create), and
meta-value is the value the user wishes to set the meta key to.
This command allows the user to set the value of an individual meta key. If a key does not
already exist and the user tries setting a meta key associated with it, the key will be
created with a null value. There is some special handling for the meta data atime, mtime
and ctime. They will be converted to time_t.
For cascading keys, the namespace will default to spec, because that is the place where
you usually want to set meta data.
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Print version info.
Explain what is happening.
To set a meta key called description associated with the key user/example/key to the value
kdb setmeta spec/example/key description "Hello World!"
To create a new key spec/example/newkey with a null value (if it did not exist before) and
a meta key namespace/#0 associated with it to the value system: kdb setmeta
/example/newkey "namespace/#0" system
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