pmem Tools version 1.4

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NAME

pmempool-convert - upgrade pool files layout version

SYNOPSIS

$ pmempool convert <file>

DESCRIPTION

The pmempool invoked with the convert command performs a conversion of the specified pool to the newest layout supported by this tool. Currently only libpmemobj(7) pools are supported. It is advised to have a backup of the pool before conversion.

NOTE: The conversion process is not fail-safe - power interruption may damage the pool.

EXAMPLE

$ pmempool convert pool.obj

Updates pool.obj to the latest layout version.

SEE ALSO

pmempool(1), libpmemblk(7), libpmemlog(7), libpmemobj(7), libpmempool(7) and http://pmem.io

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