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I've few thousands terms in my vocabulary. I'd like to find out which one still are missing (without adding them) based on the list of term names.

I believe this can be achieved by some anti-join sql query, but any solution would be fine.

How this can be achieved?

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If the list is in text file (list.txt), this can be achieved by grep comparision.

First, extract the list of terms from the database by drush:

$ drush sqlq "SELECT name FROM taxonomy_term_data -- WHERE vid = 1" > my_list.txt

Then compare the two lists:

$ grep -Fxv -f my_list.txt list.txt

This will print all the term names which doesn't exist in my_list.txt file.

This solution is based on: Is there a tool to get the lines in one file that are not in another?.

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