stardog file split Manual Page

NAME


stardog file split —Splits a given RDF file to multiple files

SYNOPSIS


stardog file split [ -b <byteCount[k|m]> ] [ --compression <Compression> ] [ {-f | --format} <rdf format> ] [ --prefix <prefix> ] [ --suffix <suffix> ] [ -t <tripleCount> ] [--] <inputFile>

OPTIONS


-b <byteCount[k|m]>
Create smaller files byteCount bytes in length. Suffix 'k', 'm', or 'g' can be used after the byteCount to indicate kilobyte, megabyte, or gigabyte respectively.
--compression <Compression>
Compression format [GZIP, BZ2, ZIP] for the exported data.
-f <rdf format>, --format <rdf format>
RDF Format for the output. The supported formats are NTRIPLES, RDF/XML, TURTLE, PRETTY_TURTLE, TRIG, TRIX, N3, NQUADS. By default output files will have same format as input file.
--prefix <prefix>
Prefix for the output file names. By default the name of the input file is used as the prefix.
--suffix <suffix>
Number of letters to form the suffix of the file name.
-t <tripleCount>
Create smaller files with tripleCount triples
--
This option can be used to separate command-line options from the list of argument, (useful when arguments might be mistaken for command-line options
<inputFile>
Input file to split.

EXAMPLES


Splits input file into files with 10K triples each.

    $ stardog file split -t 10K input.rdf

Splits input file to 2MB files. The output files will be gzip-compressed Turtle files.

    $ stardog file split -b 2M input.ttl.gz

Splits input file to 1M triples. The output files will be in bzip-compressed N-Triples format and named out001.nt.bz2, out002.nt.bz2, and so on

    $ stardog file split -t 1M --prefix out --suffix 3 --format nt --compressed bz2 input.ttl