SYNOPSISkdb getmeta <key-name> <meta-name>
Where key-name is the full path to the key and meta-name is the name of the meta key the user would like to access.
DESCRIPTIONThis command is used to print the value of a meta key. A meta key is information stored in a key which describes that key.
The handling of cascading key-name does not differ to kdb get. Make sure to use the namespace spec, if you want meta-data from there.
RETURN VALUESThis command will return the following values as an exit status:
* 0: No errors. * 1: Key not found. (Invalid path) * 2: Meta key not found. (Invalid meta-name).
- -H, --help: Show the man page.
- -V, --version: Print version info.
- -n, --no-newline: Suppress the newline at the end of the output.
EXAMPLESTo get the value of a meta key called description stored in the key spec/example/key: kdb getmeta spec/example/key description
To get the value of meta key called override/#0 stored in the key spec/example/dir/key: kdb getmeta spec/example/dir/key "override/#0"