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|* [[http://perso.ens-lyon.fr/lucas.nussbaum/talks/debconf9-ultimate-debian-database.pdf|Slides from a UDD talk at Debconf9]]||* [[http://www.loria.fr/~lnussbau/files/debconf9-ultimate-debian-database.pdf|Slides from a UDD talk at Debconf9]]|
Ultimate Debian Database
Ultimate Debian Database (UDD) gathers a lot of data about various aspects of Debian in the same SQL database. It allows users to easily access and combine all these data.
The data currently being imported include:
- Packages and Sources files, from Debian and Ubuntu
- Bugs from the Debian BTS
- Popularity contest
- History of uploads
- History of migrations to testing
- Orphaned packages
- Ubuntu bugs (from Launchpad)
More data sources can easily be added (and will be in the near future).
To connect to udd.debian.org:
From merkel.debian.org: /usr/lib/postgresql/8.4/bin/psql service=udd
From alioth.debian.org: psql service=udd
Remark: Please note that some commands like for instance \d might not work because of accessing a PostgreSQL 8.4 server using a PostgreSQL 8.3 client. (see posting on Debian-QA mailing list)
You can use: /usr/lib/postgresql/8.4/bin/psql service=udd
Same with python-psycopg2: conn = psycopg2.connect(host="localhost",port=5441,user="guest",database="udd")
Examples of queries: http://udd.debian.org
Database schema: http://udd.debian.org/schema/
Source code: available in the SVN of the collab-qa project at http://svn.debian.org/viewsvn/collab-qa/udd/
Database server: runs on postgres with plperl and postgresql-debversion
For more information, please contact us on #debian-qa or firstname.lastname@example.org (mailing list subscription and archives).
UDD started as a Google Summer of Code project by Christian von Essen (Neronus), co-mentored by Lucas Nussbaum, Stefano Zacchiroli and Marc 'HE' Brockschmidt. It is now mainly maintained by Lucas Nussbaum, with help from others.
See also :
?UltimateDebianDatabase/CreateLocalReplica (for some reason this link is not getting auto-generated)