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From Andy Seaborne <>
Subject Re: query, tdbquery and --quiet option
Date Wed, 01 Jun 2011 13:50:20 GMT
For SELECT and graph queries, try "--results none"


On 01/06/11 14:38, Paolo Castagna wrote:
> Hi,
> I am using query and tdbquery with --time option to get the elapsed time
> of SPARQL queries. I am not interested in the results itself and I would
> like to append the timing into an output file.
> The --quiet option has no effect on query or tdbquery commands.
> Maybe, --quiet could avoid printing results on the standard output when
> used with query or tdbquery. If this is reasonable, I'll have a go at it
> and create a patch.
> In the meantime, is there another way I could append the elapsed time (as
> returned by the --time option) but not the entire result sets (which, in
> case of SP2B for example, are quite big)?
> I don't like the idea of using UNIX time since that includes the time to
> startup the JVM, classloading, etc. and I do not think it's the right thing
> to do.
> For more details on what I was trying to do, see run_sp2b_tdb() here [1].
> Thanks,
> Paolo
> [1]

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