lucli(1) command line interface to the Lucene full-text indexing library

SYNOPSIS

lucli

DESCRIPTION

lucli is a program that allows you to work directly with Lucene indexes. Once inside lucli you can use the following commands:
count
Return the number of hits for a search. Example: count foo
explain
Explanation that describes how the document scored against query. Example: explain foo
help
Display help about commands
index
Choose a different lucene index. Example index my_index
info
Display info about the current Lucene index. Example: info
optimize
Optimize the current index
quit
Quit/exit the program
search
Search the current index. Example: search foo
terms
Show the first 100 terms in this index. Supply a field name to only show terms in a specific field. Example: terms
tokens
Does a search and shows the top 10 tokens for each document. Verbose! Example: tokens foo

AUTHOR

lucli was written as a part of Lucene, the Java full-text indexing library. See http://lucene.apache.org for more information.

This manual page was written by Jan-Pascal van Best <janpa[email protected]>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).