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NAME

       tracker-status - Provide status and statistics on the data indexed

SYNOPSIS

       tracker status
       tracker status --stat [-a] [[expression1]...]
       tracker status --collect-debug-info

DESCRIPTION

       Display the status of the current index and data set.

       With  the  --stat  option,  displays statistics about the RDF classes and how many of each
       exist for data set that has been indexed.  For example, "10 Folders".

       This command also provides a way to collect  information  for  debug  purposes  using  the
       --collect-debug-info option.

OPTIONS

       --stat[=expression]
              By  default,  only  common  and  useful  classes are shown, e.g.  "nfo:Document" or
              "nfo:Folder", for a full set of statistics, see the --all option.

              If one or more expression arguments is given, the statistics returned are  filtered
              to  only  show  information  those  RDF  types matching expression (case folded and
              matching accented variants). The RDF classes are detailed by  the  Nepomuk  otology
              specification.  A  list of possible classes matching expression, see tracker sparql
              -c.

       -a, --all
              Display statistics about ALL RDF classes that exist in the database.  Without  this
              option  only  the  common RDF classes will be shown, for example "nfo:Document" and
              "nfo:FileDataObject".

              This option is implied  if  search  terms  are  provided  to  filter  ALL  possible
              statistics.

       --collect-debug-info
              Useful when debugging problems to diagnose the state of Tracker on your system. The
              data is output to stdout. Useful if bugs are filed against the project itself.

              Data collected includes Tracker version in use, disk space available, size  of  the
              databases  on  the  disk,  the configuration in use, states of the index (e.g. last
              filesystem crawl, data set locale, etc.) and finally statistics about the  data  in
              the database (e.g. how many "nfo:FileDataObject" resources exist).

SEE ALSO

       tracker-store(1), tracker-control(1), tracker-sparql(1), tracker-info(1).

       http://nepomuk.semanticdesktop.org/

       http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-sparql-query/