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CentOS 7.0 - man page for tracker-search (centos section 1)

tracker-search(1)			  User Commands 			tracker-search(1)

       tracker-search - Search all content for keywords

       tracker-search [OPTION...] EXPRESSION [EXPRESSION...]

       tracker-search  searches all indexed content for EXPRESSION. The resource in which EXPRES-
       SION matches must exist (see --all for more information).  All  results	are  returned  in
       ascending  order.  In all cases, if no EXPRESSION is given for an argument (like --folders
       for example) then ALL items in that category are returned instead.

	      One or more terms to search. The default operation is a logical AND.   For  logical
	      OR operations, see -r.

       -?, --help-all
	      Display all help options available.

       -l, --limit=N
	      Limit search to N results. The default is 10 or 512 with --disable-snippets.

       -o, --offset=N
	      Offset  the  search  results  by	N.  For  example,  start at item number 10 in the
	      results. The default is 0.

       -r, --or-operator
	      Use OR for search terms instead of AND (the default)

       -d, --detailed
	      Show the unique URN associated with each search result.  This  does  not	apply  to
	      --music-albums and --music-artists.

       -a, --all
	      Show  results  which might not be available. This might bebecause a removable media
	      is not mounted for example. Without this option, resources are only shown  if  they
	      exist. This option applies to all command line switches except

	      Results  are  shown  with  snippets.  Snippets are context around the word that was
	      searched for in the first place. This gives some idea of if the resource	found  is
	      the  right one. Snippets require Full Text Search to be compile time enabled AND to
	      not be  disabled	with  --disable-fts.  Using  --disable-snippets  only  shows  the
	      resources which matched, no context is provided about where the match occurred.

	      If  Full	Text  Search (FTS) is available, this option allows it to be disabled for
	      one off searches. This returns results  slightly	using  particular  properties  to
	      match  the  search  terms  (like nie:title) instead of looking for the search terms
	      amongst ALL properties. It is more limiting to do  this,	but  sometimes	searching
	      without FTS can yield better results if the FTS ranking is off.

	      This disables any ANSI color use on the command line. By default this is enabled to
	      make it easier to see results.  --music-albums and --music-artists.

       -f, --files
	      Search for files of any type matching EXPRESSION (optional).

       -s, --folders
	      Search for folders matching EXPRESSION (optional).

       -m, --music
	      Search for music files matching EXPRESSION (optional).

	      Search for music albums matching EXPRESSION (optional).

	      Search for music artists matching EXPRESSION (optional).

       -i, --images
	      Search for images matching EXPRESSION (optional).

       -v, --videos
	      Search for videos matching EXPRESSION (optional).

       -t, --documents
	      Search for documents matching EXPRESSION (optional).

       -e, --emails
	      Search for emails matching EXPRESSION (optional). Returns a list	of  subjects  for
	      emails found.

       -c, --contacts
	      Search  for  contacts  matching  EXPRESSION (optional). Returns a list of names and
	      email addresses found.

	      Search for software installed matching EXPRESSION (optional).  Returns  a  list  of
	      desktop files and application titles found.

	      Search  for  software  categories matching EXPRESSION (optional). Returns a list of
	      urns and their categories (e.g. Settings, Video, Utility, etc).

	      Search through RSS feed information matching EXPRESSION (optional). Returns a  list
	      of those found.

       -b, --bookmarks
	      Search  through bookmarks matching EXPRESSION (optional). Returns a list titles and
	      links for each bookmark found.

       -V, --version
	      Print version.

       tracker-store(1), tracker-stats(1), tracker-tag(1), tracker-info(1).

GNU					    July 2009				tracker-search(1)

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