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tracker-extract.cfg (5)

Name

tracker-extract.cfg - extract.cfg

Synopsis

$HOME/.config/tracker/tracker-extract.cfg

Description


tracker-extract.cfg(5)          Tracker Manual          tracker-extract.cfg(5)



NAME
       tracker-extract.cfg


SYNOPSIS
       $HOME/.config/tracker/tracker-extract.cfg


DESCRIPTION
       Tracker's  configuration  is  built  on top of GSettings, part of GLib.
       This means that there is a proper schema for  configurations  and  they
       can be viewed (normally) using the dconf-editor tool.

       Tracker also allows switching from the GSettings database, used by most
       (cross) desktop applications, to a key/value formatted files (like  Mi-
       crosoft's   INI   format).   To   do  this,  the  environment  variable
       TRACKER_USE_CONFIG_FILES must be defined before running the application
       using that configuration.

       So  where  is  this  configuration?  Well,  normally  they're stored in
       $HOME/.config/tracker/, however, default values are not stored to  con-
       fig files, only different values are. This man page describes what keys
       and values can be used.

       See EXAMPLES for a general overview.


OPTIONS
       verbosity='errors'

              Log verbosity.



       sched-idle='first-index'

              The scheduler is the kernel component that decides which runnable application will be executed by the CPU next. Each application has an associated scheduling policy and priority.



       max-bytes=1048576

              Maximum number of UTF-8 bytes to extract.
              Values range from 0 to 10485760.




       max-media-art-width=0

              Maximum width in pixels for any media art extracted. Anything bigger is resized. Set to -1 to disable saving media art from files. Setting to 0 sets no limit on the media art width.
              Values range from -1 to 2048.




       wait-for-miner-fs=false

              When true, tracker-extract will wait for tracker-miner-fs to be done crawling before extracting meta-data. This option is useful on constrained environment where it is important to list files as fast as possible and can wait to get meta-data later.




EXAMPLES
       The top level group is "General". The default configuration  (if  saved
       to tracker-extract.cfg), would look like:

           [General]
           verbosity='errors';
           sched-idle='first-index';
           max-bytes=1048576;
           max-media-art-width=0;
           wait-for-miner-fs=false;




ATTRIBUTES
       See attributes(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:


       +---------------+--------------------------------+
       |ATTRIBUTE TYPE |        ATTRIBUTE VALUE         |
       +---------------+--------------------------------+
       |Availability   | library/desktop/search/tracker |
       +---------------+--------------------------------+
       |Stability      | Pass-through volatile          |
       +---------------+--------------------------------+
SEE ALSO
       tracker-extract


NOTES
       This     software     was    built    from    source    available    at
       https://github.com/oracle/solaris-userland.   The  original   community
       source         was         downloaded        from         https://down-
       load.gnome.org/sources/tracker/1.6/tracker-1.6.0.tar.xz

       Further information about this software can be found on the open source
       community website at https://wiki.gnome.org/Projects/Tracker.



1.6.0                             August 2018           tracker-extract.cfg(5)