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       trackerd - indexer daemon for tracker search tool


       trackerd [OPTIONS]


       Trackerd  provides  both  a powerful indexer and an extensible metadata
       database.  It  indexes  files  including  the  text  contents  and  any
       available metadata to provide fast search services.

       By  default,  trackerd  will index all files in a user’s home directory
       (with the exception  of  hidden  files).  This  can  be  overridden  by
       specifying  one  or  more  directories  to  be  indexed  instead in the
       configuration file ($HOME/.config/tracker/tracker.cfg) and/or by  using
       the --include-dir option to specify other directories to be indexed.


       -?, --help
              A brief help message including some examples.

       -e, --exclude-dir=/PATH/DIR
              Specifies  a  directory  to be excluded from indexing (including
              all subdirectories). Can be repeated to exclude  more  than  one

       -i, --include-dir=/PATH/DIR
              Specifies  a  directory  to  be  included for indexing. All non-
              hidden subdirectories of the specified directory  will  also  be
              indexed.  If this param is set then the user’s home directory is
              no longer indexed  by  default  (you  can  still  add  the  home
              directory with this option).

       -c, --crawl-dir=/PATH/DIR
              Specify  directories  to  crawl.  Crawling  of directories means
              index every indexable content but do not watch for directory  or
              file changes.

       -n, --no-indexing
              Prevent  trackerd from indexing and watching. Searching is still

       -v, --verbosity=value
              Makes trackerd log/print more information. Value can be one of 0
              -  show  only  errors,  1  -  show only minimal output, 2 - show
              detailed output and 3 - show debug output (don’t do this, unless
              you know what you are doing).

       -t, --throttle=value
              Value  to  throttle  indexing. Value must be in range 0-20, with
              lower values increasing indexing speed.

       -m, --low-memory
              Minimise memory usage. Note that this may slow down indexing.

       -s, --initial-sleep=value
              Set the initial sleep time in seconds. This is the time trackerd
              waits at startup before indexing.

       -l, --language=value
              Language  to  use  for  stemmer and stop words list (ISO 639-1 2
              characters code).

       -R, --reindex
              This  forces  trackerd  to  re-index  all  watched   files   and
              directories.   Since  every watched directory and any previously
              indexed file has to  be  read  and  processed  again,  this  may
              degrade the whole system performance, see also --throttle.

       -f, --fatal-errors
              Makes  any errors fatal, i.e. forces abortion of trackerd.  This
              switch is only useful for debugging.


              Trackerd  user  configuration  file.  See   tracker.cfg(5)   and
              tracker-preferences(1) for further details.


       Trackerd  needs  a  dbus-daemon(1)  to  be  running within your current


       tracker-search-tool(1),  tracker-search(1),  tracker-tag(1),   tracker-
       stats(1),  tracer-query(1),  tracker-meta-folder(1),  tracker-files(1),