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beagled

NAME

beagled - the Beagle desktop search daemon

SYNOPSIS

beagled [options]

DESCRIPTION

R beagled , the Beagle daemon, is the heart of Beagle, a system for searching and managing your personal information space. The Beagle daemon should normally be started as part of your system's boot process: For example, by an initscript.
Running R beagled by hand is of use for those wishing to customize the Beagle daemon's execution via command-line options, developers testing Beagle, or those who use Beagle only infrequently.

OPTIONS

R beagled has many options, although most are for debugging and fine-tuning execution and are thus not required for standard use.
--foreground|--fg
If specified, execute the Beagle daemon in the foreground.
--background|--bg
If specified, execute the Beagle daemon in the background (default).
--replace
If specified, the daemon tries to shutdown and replace any other Beagle daemon already running.
--debug
Enable extensive logging suited for general debugging purposes.
--debug-memory
Enable extensive logging suited for memory debugging purposes.
--indexing-test-mode
Run in foreground, and exit when fully indexed.
--indexing-delay
Time to wait before indexing. (Default 60 seconds)
--backend
Configure which backends to use.
--backend <name>
Only start backend 'name'
--backend +<name>
Additionally start backend 'name'
--backend -<name>
Disable backend 'name'
--allow-backend backend
(DEPRECIATED) Constrain the Beagle daemon to only use specified backends. This argument can be used multiple times.
--deny-backend backend
(DEPRECIATED) Constrain the Beagle daemon by disabling specified backends. This argument can be used multiple times.
--list-backends
Retrieve a list of all known backends. This list of backends can then be used with with the --allow/deny-backend options. Using this argument will print out the list of backends and then exit.
--add-static-backend
Add a static backend by path.
--disable-scheduler
Disable the internal scheduler and thus refrain the Beagle daemon from performing any crawling or indexing. Search facilities will remain enabled.

AUTHOR

Novell, Inc.

REPORTING BUGS

Report bugs to bugs.gnome.org

COPYRIGHT

Copyright 2005-2006 Novell, Inc. This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

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