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README.md

Rake tasks for managing a Neo4j database with your Ruby project

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Rake Tasks

The neo4j-rake_tasks gem includes some rake tasks which make it easy to install and manage a Neo4j server in the same directory as your Ruby project.

WARNING: NOT FOR PRODUCTION USE! These rake tasks are intended to make installing and managing a Neo4j server in development and testing easier. Since authentication is disabled by default, this gem should not be used in production. If you need Neo4j in production, installation can be as easy as downloading, unzipping, and running the executable.

NOTE: The neo4j-rake_tasks gem used to be included automatically with the neo4j-core gem (which is in turn included automatically in the neo4j gem). This is no longer the case because not everybody needs these tasks.

neo4j:install

Arguments

version and environment (environment default is development)

Example

rake neo4j:install[community-latest,development]

... or to get a specific version

rake neo4j:install[community-2.2.3,development]

Description

Downloads and installs Neo4j into $PROJECT_DIR/db/neo4j/<environment>/

neo4j:config

Arguments

environment and port

Example

rake neo4j:config[development,7000]

Description

Configure the port which Neo4j runs on. This affects the HTTP REST interface and the web console address.

neo4j:start

Arguments

environment

Example

rake neo4j:start[development]

Description

Start the Neo4j server

neo4j:start_no_wait

Arguments

environment

Example

rake neo4j:start_no_wait[development]

Description

Start the Neo4j server with the start-no-wait command

neo4j:stop

Arguments

environment

Example

rake neo4j:stop[development]

Description

Stop the Neo4j server

neo4j:indexes

Arguments

environment

Example

rake neo4j:indexes[development]

Description

Print out the indexes in the database

neo4j:constraints

Arguments

environment

Example

rake neo4j:constraints[development]

Description

Print out the constraints in the database

neo4j:reset_yes_i_am_sure

Arguments

environment

Example

rake neo4j:reset_yes_i_am_sure[development]

Description

  • Stop the Neo4j server
  • Deletes all files matching [db-root]/data/graph.db/*
  • Deletes all files matching [db-root]/data/log/*
  • Start the Neo4j server

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Rake tasks for managing Neo4j. Tasks allow for starting, stopping, and configuring

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