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       mkzonedb  -r  zonefile  -d  database [-v] [-V] [-o Oz] [-l


       mkzonedb reads a text file with zone (area code)  informa­
       tion,  and  writes  it in a special format to the database
       file so that other apps such as isdnlog can easily  access
       the data.

       This data is used to determine in what "zone" a given area
       code is in relation to another, to see what  rate  applies
       to  a  call between these area codes ("is the call a local

       This utility is really only used during  the  building  of
       the  isdnlog-data  package, but it may be useful for those
       who want to create their own custom tables.


       -r zonefile
              the text file with the zone information.   Use  "-"
              for standard input.

       -d database
              the output database filename

       -v     verbose mode

       -V     show  version  information, and quit (don't do any­

       -o Oz  Use "Oz" area zone. Default is 1. (What  does  this
              mean, exactly?)

       -l len "len" is the length of areacodes.
              If 5 or more is given, then more space is allocated
              for the internal tables  (40000  instead  of  10000
              numbers  allowed). Other values aren't really used.


       manpage  written  from   C   source   by   Paul   Slootman




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