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NAME

       sbuild-stats - display or alter database of package build times/space

SYNOPSIS

       sbuild-stats    avg-pkg-build-time   avg-pkg-build-space   [-s/--space]
       [-a/--add <package name> <time>]  [--delete  <package  name>]  [--dump]
       [-t/--top]

VERSION

       This  man  page documents the packaged version of sbuild.  This version
       is  maintained  by  the  buildd-tools  project  developers  on   Alioth
       (https://alioth.debian.org/projects/buildd-tools/).

DESCRIPTION

       sbuild-stats  displays  or alters data from a database of package build
       times or space, usually updated  by  sbuild.   Note:  sbuild-stats  was
       previously  known  as avg-pkg-build-time and avg-pkg-build-space.  When
       invoked with the old names, the database is  defaulted  to  either  the
       build-time or build-space database, as if the --time or --space options
       had been used, respectively.

       If no option other than the database to use is given, sbuild-stats will
       display the entire contents of the database.

       The   database  files  are  only  used  if  they  already  exist.   See
       README.Debian for more information.

   OPTIONS
       -a,--add <package name> <time>
              Add an entry for a package. <time> is in  the  format  HH:MM:SS,
              where hours and minutes are optional.

       --delete <package name>
              Remove the data for a package from the database.

       --dump Output the contents of the database in unprocessed form.

       -t,--time
              Display build-time database.

       -s,--space
              Display build-space database.

       --top  Sort the output by build time; longest build first.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

       The following environment variables are used by sbuild-stats:

       HOME   The home directory of the user.

FILES

       sbuild-stats      reads      the     sbuild     configuration     files
       /etc/sbuild/sbuild.conf and ~/.sbuildrc (if it exists) to discover  the
       location   of   the   databases,   which   are  usually  located  under
       /var/lib/sbuild.

EXAMPLES

       To view the average build time for the koffice package:

       % sbuild-stats --time koffice
       koffice:                02:44:55 (1 entry, sigma 00:00:00)

       To view the average build space for the koffice package:

       % sbuild-stats --space koffice
       koffice:                 1597724k  (1597724k  latest)  %  sbuild-update
       unstable

AUTHORS

       Roman Hodek.
       Roger Leigh.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2006–2007 Roger Leigh <rleigh@debian.org>.
       Copyright © 1998 Roman Hodek <Roman.Hodek@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>.

SEE ALSO

       sbuild(1), sbuild-apt(1), sbuild-upgrade(1).