Commands tagged sqlite (11)


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    find ~/.mozilla -name '*.sqlite' -exec sqlite3 {} VACUUM \;
    kev · 2012-04-26 15:09:54 4

  • -1
    find ~ -name '*.sqlite' -exec sqlite3 '{}' 'VACUUM;' \;
    kev · 2011-06-29 16:36:05 0
  • Newer versions of Dropbox let you choose the location for your Dropbox folder. If you use script to put things into your Dropbox folder (todo list, screenshots, torrents etc.) but have the Dropbox folder in different locations on your other computers this lets you use the same script on all systems without having to tell it where the Dropbox folder is. Show Sample Output


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    sqlite3 $HOME/.dropbox/config.db "select value from config where key like '%dropbox_path%'"
    mobilediesel · 2011-06-05 08:26:02 0

  • 0
    sqlite> select date('now', 'start of year', '+4 months', 'weekday 0', '+7 days');
    kev · 2011-05-23 13:18:55 0

  • 0
    sqlite3 -csv ~/.thunderbird/*.default/calendar-data/local.sqlite "SELECT CASE WHEN priority IS NULL THEN 5 ELSE priority END AS priority, title FROM cal_todos WHERE ical_status IS NULL ORDER BY priority ASC, last_modified DESC;"
    hfs · 2011-01-26 13:27:13 0
  • Similar output to using MySQL with the \G at the end of a Query. Displays one column per line. Other modes include: -column Query results will be displayed in a table like form, using whitespace characters to separate the columns and align the output. -html Query results will be output as simple HTML tables. -line Query results will be displayed with one value per line, rows separated by a blank line. Designed to be easily parsed by scripts or other programs -list Query results will be displayed with the separator (|, by default) character between each field value. The default. From inside the command line this can be also changed using the mode command: .mode MODE ?TABLE? Set output mode where MODE is one of: csv Comma-separated values column Left-aligned columns. (See .width) html HTML code insert SQL insert statements for TABLE line One value per line list Values delimited by .separator string tabs Tab-separated values tcl TCL list elements Show Sample Output


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    sqlite3 -line database.db
    pykler · 2010-10-09 16:10:19 0
  • This command defragment the SQLite databases found in the home folder of the current Windows user. This is usefull to speed up Firefox startup. The executable sqlite3.exe must be located in PATH or in the current folder. In a script use: for /f "delims==" %%a in (' dir "%USERPROFILE%\*.sqlite" /s/b ') do echo vacuum;|"sqlite3.exe" "%%a" Show Sample Output


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    for /f "delims==" %a in (' dir "%USERPROFILE%\*.sqlite" /s/b ') do echo vacuum;|"sqlite3.exe" "%a"
    vutcovici · 2010-01-18 20:56:00 2
  • Filters out all non-insert SQL operations (we couldn't filter out only lines starting with "INSERT" because inserts can span multiple lines), quotes table names with backticks, saves dump to a file and pipes it straight to mysql. This transfers only data--it expects your schema is already in place. In Ruby on Rails, you can easily recreate the schema in MySQL with "rake db:schema:load RAILS_ENV=production".


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    sqlite3 mydb.sqlite3 '.dump' | grep -vE '^(BEGIN|COMMIT|CREATE|DELETE)|"sqlite_sequence"' | sed -r 's/"([^"]+)"/`\1`/' | tee mydb.sql | mysql -p mydb
    mislav · 2009-10-02 14:40:51 0
  • For Mac OS X users only


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    find ~/Library/Application\ Support/Firefox/ -type f -name "*.sqlite" -exec sqlite3 {} VACUUM \;
    stanishjohnd · 2009-09-02 23:12:13 0

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    find ~/.mozilla/firefox/ -type f -name "*.sqlite" -exec sqlite3 {} VACUUM \;
    syssyphus · 2009-09-01 21:45:46 1
  • Sqlite database keeps collecting cruft as time passes, which can be cleaned by the 'vacuum;' command. This command cleans up the cruft in all sqlite files relating to the user you have logged in as. This command has to be run when firefox is not running, or it will exit displaying the pid of the firefox running.


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    pgrep -u `id -u` firefox-bin || find ~/.mozilla/firefox -name '*.sqlite'|(while read -e f; do echo 'vacuum;'|sqlite3 "$f" ; done)
    kamathln · 2009-08-22 10:36:05 4

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