7.1.9. groonga-suggest-learner Summary

groonga-suggest-learner is a program to learn suggest result from data which derived from groonga-suggest-httpd. Usually, it is used with groonga-suggest-httpd, but It is allowed to launch standalone. In such a case, groonga-suggest-learner loads data from log directory. Synopsis

groonga-suggest-learner [options] database_path Usage

groonga-suggest-leaner supports the two way of learning data. One is learning data from groonga-suggest-httpd, the other is learning data from already existing log files. Learning data from groonga-suggest-httpd

Execute groonga-suggest-learner.:

groonga-suggest-learner testdb/db Learning data from log files

Execute groonga-suggest-learner with -l option.

Here is the sample to load log data under logs directory:

groonga-suggest-learner -l logs testdb/db Options

-r <endpoint>, --receive-endpoint <endpoint>

Uses <endpoint> as the receiver endpoint.

-s <endpoint>, --send-endpoint <endpoint>

Uses <endpoint> as the sender endpoint.

-d, --daemon

Runs as a daemon.

-l <directory>, --log-base-path <directory>

Reads logs from <directory>.

--log-path <path>

Outputs log to <path>.

--log-level <level>

Uses <level> for log level. <level> must be between 1 and 9. Larger level outputs more logs. Parameters

There is only one required parameter. database_path

Specifies the path to a groonga database.