Following the knowledge base article on How to get a high level inventory of objects in your graph, this article will cover how to get more detailed high level inventory of objects in your graph.

The first article showed how by running:

match (n) return 'Number of Nodes: ' + count(n) as output UNION
match ()-[]->() return 'Number of Relationships: ' + count(*) as output UNION
CALL db.labels() YIELD label RETURN 'Number of Labels: ' + count(*) AS output UNION
CALL db.relationshipTypes() YIELD relationshipType  RETURN 'Number of Relationships Types: ' + count(*) AS output UNION
CALL db.propertyKeys() YIELD propertyKey  RETURN 'Number of Property Keys: ' + count(*) AS output UNION
CALL db.constraints() YIELD description RETURN 'Number of Constraints:' + count(*) AS output UNION
CALL db.indexes() YIELD description RETURN 'Number of Indexes: ' + count(*) AS output UNION
CALL dbms.procedures() YIELD name RETURN 'Number of Procedures: ' + count(*) AS output

You will get all the counts for nodes, relationships, labels, relationship types, property keys, constraints, indexes and procedures.

If you are running any version up to 3.2.x (inclusive) and want to drill down to see more detailed information on these objects, you can run the following command on your $NEO4J_HOME directory:

java -cp "lib/*" org.neo4j.kernel.impl.util.dbstructure.DbStructureTool MyDatabaseStats.java /data/databases/graph.db > ./MyDatabaseStats.java

Unlike the query mentioned in the other article, you cannot execute this on a running database. However, you can point it to a backup and you will get all the information.

This will generate a file called MyDatabaseStats.java and its contents will give you:

1. Labels in the graph

visitor.visitLabel( 0, "Label" );

2.Property keys in the graph

visitor.visitPropertyKey( 0, "property" );

3. Relationship types in the graph

visitor.visitRelationshipType( 0, "REL" );

4. Indexes in the graph

visitor.visitIndex( IndexDescriptorFactory.forLabel( 0, 0 ), ":Label(property)", 1.0d, 1053000L );

5. Constraints in the graph

visitor.visitUniqueConstraint( ConstraintDescriptorFactory.uniqueForLabel( 0, 1 ), "CONSTRAINT ON ( label:Label ) ASSERT label.property IS UNIQUE" );

6. Node count

6.1. Count of all nodes in the graph

visitor.visitAllNodesCount( 49625435L );

6.2. Count of all :Label nodes in the graph

visitor.visitNodeCount( 0, "Label", 1053000L );

7. Relationship count You can find the total number of relationships and the numbers of all incoming/outgoing relationship permutations as follows:

7.1. Count of all relationships in the graph

visitor.visitRelCount( -1, -1, -1, "MATCH ()-[]->() RETURN count(*)", 910243L );

7.2. Count of all outgoing relationships from `:Label`

visitor.visitRelCount( 0, -1, -1, "MATCH (:Label)-[]->() RETURN count(*)", 10600L );

7.3. Count of all incoming relationships to `:Label`

visitor.visitRelCount( -1, -1, 0, "MATCH ()-[]->(:Label) RETURN count(*)", 0L );

7.4. Count of all :REL relationships

visitor.visitRelCount( -1, 0, -1, "MATCH ()-[:REL]->() RETURN count(*)", 10600L );

7.5. Count of outgoing :REL relationships from `:Label`

visitor.visitRelCount( 0, 0, -1, "MATCH (:Label)-[:REL]->() RETURN count(*)", 10600L );

7.6. Count of incoming :REL relationships to `:Label`

visitor.visitRelCount( -1, 0, 0, "MATCH ()-[:REL]->(:Label) RETURN count(*)", 0L );

On a graph composed by:

  • 3 labels: User, Device, Accessory
  • 3 property keys: uuid, name, state
  • 3 relationships: OWNS, BELONGS, HAS
  • 3 indexes: User(name), Device(uuid), Accessory(uuid)
  • 1 constraint: user.uuid is unique

MyDatabaseStats.java would have the following output:

package MyDatabaseStats;

import org.neo4j.helpers.collection.Visitable;
import org.neo4j.kernel.impl.util.dbstructure.DbStructureVisitor;

import org.neo4j.kernel.api.schema.constaints.ConstraintDescriptorFactory;
import org.neo4j.kernel.api.schema.constaints.UniquenessConstraintDescriptor;
import org.neo4j.kernel.api.schema.constaints.RelExistenceConstraintDescriptor;
import org.neo4j.kernel.api.schema.constaints.NodeExistenceConstraintDescriptor;
import org.neo4j.kernel.api.schema.constaints.NodeKeyConstraintDescriptor;
import org.neo4j.kernel.api.schema.LabelSchemaDescriptor;
import org.neo4j.kernel.api.schema.SchemaDescriptorFactory;
import org.neo4j.kernel.api.schema.index.IndexDescriptor;
import org.neo4j.kernel.api.schema.index.IndexDescriptorFactory;

//
// GENERATED FILE. DO NOT EDIT.
//
// This has been generated by:
//
//   org.neo4j.kernel.impl.util.dbstructure.DbStructureTool MyDatabaseStats.java [<output source root>] <db-dir>
//
// (using org.neo4j.kernel.impl.util.dbstructure.InvocationTracer)
//

public enum java
implements Visitable<DbStructureVisitor>
{
    INSTANCE;

    public void accept( DbStructureVisitor visitor )
    {
    	visitor.visitLabel( 0, "User" );
        visitor.visitLabel( 1, "Device" );
        visitor.visitLabel( 2, "Accessory" );
        visitor.visitPropertyKey( 0, "uuid" );
        visitor.visitPropertyKey( 1, "name" );
        visitor.visitPropertyKey( 2, "state" );
        visitor.visitRelationshipType( 0, "OWNS" );
        visitor.visitRelationshipType( 1, "BELONGS" );
        visitor.visitRelationshipType( 2, "HAS" );
        visitor.visitIndex( IndexDescriptorFactory.forLabel( 0, 0 ), ":User(name)", 1.0d, 1053000L );
        visitor.visitIndex( IndexDescriptorFactory.forLabel( 1, 0 ), ":Device(uuid)", 1.0d, 2029998L );
        visitor.visitIndex( IndexDescriptorFactory.forLabel( 2, 0 ), ":Accessory(uuid)", 0.8502996093642793d, 6011998L );
        visitor.visitUniqueConstraint( ConstraintDescriptorFactory.uniqueForLabel( 15, 1 ), "CONSTRAINT ON ( user:User ) ASSERT user.uuid IS UNIQUE" );
        visitor.visitAllNodesCount( 49625435L );
        visitor.visitNodeCount( 0, "User", 1053000L );
        visitor.visitNodeCount( 1, "Device", 2106000L );
        visitor.visitNodeCount( 2, "Accessory", 6318000L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( -1, -1, -1, "MATCH ()-[]->() RETURN count(*)", 910243L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( 0, -1, -1, "MATCH (:User)-[]->() RETURN count(*)", 10600L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( -1, -1, 0, "MATCH ()-[]->(:User) RETURN count(*)", 0L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( 1, -1, -1, "MATCH (:Device)-[]->() RETURN count(*)", 31800L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( -1, -1, 1, "MATCH ()-[]->(:Device) RETURN count(*)", 10600L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( 2, -1, -1, "MATCH (:Accessory)-[]->() RETURN count(*)", 42400L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( -1, -1, 2, "MATCH ()-[]->(:Accessory) RETURN count(*)", 31800L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( -1, 0, -1, "MATCH ()-[:OWNS]->() RETURN count(*)", 10600L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( 0, 0, -1, "MATCH (:User)-[:OWNS]->() RETURN count(*)", 10600L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( -1, 0, 0, "MATCH ()-[:OWNS]->(:User) RETURN count(*)", 0L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( 1, 0, -1, "MATCH (:Device)-[:OWNS]->() RETURN count(*)", 0L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( -1, 0, 1, "MATCH ()-[:OWNS]->(:Device) RETURN count(*)", 10600L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( 2, 0, -1, "MATCH (:Accessory)-[:OWNS]->() RETURN count(*)", 0L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( -1, 0, 2, "MATCH ()-[:OWNS]->(:Accessory) RETURN count(*)", 0L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( -1, 1, -1, "MATCH ()-[:BELONGS]->() RETURN count(*)", 31800L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( 0, 1, -1, "MATCH (:User)-[:BELONGS]->() RETURN count(*)", 0L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( -1, 1, 0, "MATCH ()-[:BELONGS]->(:User) RETURN count(*)", 0L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( 1, 1, -1, "MATCH (:Device)-[:BELONGS]->() RETURN count(*)", 31800L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( -1, 1, 1, "MATCH ()-[:BELONGS]->(:Device) RETURN count(*)", 0L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( 2, 1, -1, "MATCH (:Accessory)-[:BELONGS]->() RETURN count(*)", 0L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( -1, 1, 2, "MATCH ()-[:BELONGS]->(:Accessory) RETURN count(*)", 31800L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( -1, 2, -1, "MATCH ()-[:HAS]->() RETURN count(*)", 10600L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( 0, 2, -1, "MATCH (:User)-[:HAS]->() RETURN count(*)", 0L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( -1, 2, 0, "MATCH ()-[:HAS]->(:User) RETURN count(*)", 0L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( 1, 2, -1, "MATCH (:Device)-[:HAS]->() RETURN count(*)", 0L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( -1, 2, 1, "MATCH ()-[:HAS]->(:Device) RETURN count(*)", 0L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( 2, 2, -1, "MATCH (:Accessory)-[:HAS]->() RETURN count(*)", 10600L );
        visitor.visitRelCount( -1, 2, 2, "MATCH ()-[:HAS]->(:Accessory) RETURN count(*)", 0L );
   }
}

/* END OF GENERATED CONTENT */

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Author:
José Rocha
Applicable versions:
2.x, 3.0, 3.1, 3.2
Keywords:
countsgraphhigh levelneo4j-2.xneo4j-3.0neo4j-3.1neo4j-3.2overview