Swithun Crowe | 1 Nov 13:31 2011
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Re: [fcrepo-user] GSearch and FeSL/JAAS

Hello

GSP> Yes, please document this for FCREPO-1008. It is a fine real-life 
GSP> example of in-search filtering. I will include your patch later.

I've added a document describing the modifications I've made, and uploaded 
the patch.

It is slightly different to the previous patch. Instead of some of the 
query rewriting logic being hardcoded into the Java class, it is in a 
properties file read by Config.java. The Java code is now simpler, and 
behaviour can be modified at run time.

Again, I haven't got round to testing it with LDAP yet.

Swithun.

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[fcrepo-user] NEWS RELEASE: DuraSpace Launches Open-Source Cloud Service

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

November 1, 2011


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DuraCloud helps define cloud’s purpose by preserving scholarly, scientific and cultural heritage for future generations

Ithaca, NY – DuraSpace, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to preserving the world’s scholarly, scientific and cultural records, today announced the launch of its managed cloud service, DuraCloud. As the only managed software service that lets organizations archive content across more than one cloud provider, DuraCloud ensures that irreplaceable documents, imagery and videos are always accessible. A number of the country’s most prestigious institutions including MIT, Columbia University, Northwestern University, and Rice University have signed up to use the managed cloud service to preserve digital resources.

“DuraCloud is the breakthrough many of us have been waiting for,” said Bryan Beecher of The Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR). “The ability to store and update material on three different cloud providers – using just one web-based dashboard to manage it all – saves hours of work and makes the entire process much less expensive to manage.”

Archiving digital libraries and research output for academic institutions, museums, and other knowledge stewards, DuraCloud offers:
  • Replication and synchronization of content across multiple cloud providers through one unified interface
  • Access to a suite of applications embedded in the DuraCloud platform to do more with your data
  • Data distribution and streaming to any internet-linked device
  • Secure storage of digital archives and periodic content “health checks” assuring information is being preserved as it should be
  • A simple-to-use yet powerful dashboard to manage all content across the cloud
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“The key benefit of the cloud is the flexibility and scalability offered instantly as a service.  As the amount of digital content amasses in our academic and research organizations, the cloud can play a significant role in helping to persist this information for future generations,” commented Michele Kimpton, CEO of DuraSpace. “With DuraCloud our customers can use one or all of the cloud storage providers and still manage all of the content from one web interface keeping costs down, content preserved and accessibility guaranteed.”

Funded in part by the Library of Congress through its National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP), DuraSpace is committed to the open-source community and the technological advancement of the cloud. Current open-source projects include DSpace and Fedora.

DuraCloud is a free open-source project and fee-based subscription service, and is available to any organization wishing to archive and preserve their content using the cloud, without locking into one single cloud provider.

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DuraSpace is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. DuraSpace software and services are used worldwide as solutions for open access, institutional repositories, digital libraries, digital archives, data curation, virtual research environments, and more. The organization's open-source technology portfolio includes the DSpace open access repository application and the Fedora open repository platform. DuraSpace is the home of DuraCloud, a cloud-based software service that leverages existing cloud infrastructure to enable durability and access to digital content. The DuraSpace team includes recognized leaders and experts in the management of digital information. The team works with an active and diverse international community committed to the durability of digital resources.

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Scott Prater | 1 Nov 18:54 2011
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Re: [fcrepo-user] Datastream modification error

Hi, Chris --

This bug fix has not yet been rolled out into the current version of 
Fedora.  Akubra is long overdue for a release;  I'm mostly to blame for 
that.  My goal and fervent hope is to get an Akubra release out before 
the next Fedora release, so that the bug fixes can then be distributed 
with the latest stable Fedora.

I'll get you some details on getting the akubra-fs jar.

-- Scott

On 10/31/2011 12:30 PM, Christopher Emmerich wrote:
> This bug certainly sounds like it might apply in my case.  But wouldn't
> this fix already be in the akubra-fs.jar file included with Fedora 3.4.2?
> (I checked and my version of the file is akubra-fs-0.3.jar.)  If not then
> please send me the details for building the latest version.
>
>
>
>
>
> From:
> Scott Prater<prater@...>
> To:
> "Support and info exchange list for Fedora users."
> <fedora-commons-users@...>
> Date:
> 10/28/2011 05:13 PM
> Subject:
> Re: [fcrepo-user] Datastream modification error
>
>
>
> You may have run into this bug:
>
> https://jira.duraspace.org/browse/AKUBRA-1
>
> The quick fix is to build Akubra from the master branch, and install the
> patched akubra-fs jar.  I can provide you with more details, if you want
> to go down this path.
>
> -- Scott
>
> On 10/28/2011 05:58 PM, Christopher Emmerich wrote:
>> I'm having a problem modifying Fedora datastreams after having moved my
>> entire fedora/data directory to AFS and creating a symbolic link to the
>> AFS.  Ingests and purges work fine but datastream modifications fail.
>> Here's the relevant part of the stack trace:
>>
>>           at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:619) [na:1.6.0_21]
>> Caused by: org.fcrepo.common.FaultException: java.io.IOException: Rename
>> failed
>> for an unknown reason.
>>           at
>> org.fcrepo.server.storage.lowlevel.akubra.AkubraLowlevelStorage.renam
>> e(AkubraLowlevelStorage.java:363) [fcrepo-server-3.4.2.jar:na]
>>           at
>> org.fcrepo.server.storage.lowlevel.akubra.AkubraLowlevelStorage.safeO
>> verwrite(AkubraLowlevelStorage.java:306) [fcrepo-server-3.4.2.jar:na]
>>           at
>> org.fcrepo.server.storage.lowlevel.akubra.AkubraLowlevelStorage.repla
>> ce(AkubraLowlevelStorage.java:244) [fcrepo-server-3.4.2.jar:na]
>>           at
>> org.fcrepo.server.storage.lowlevel.akubra.AkubraLowlevelStorage.repla
>> ceObject(AkubraLowlevelStorage.java:150) [fcrepo-server-3.4.2.jar:na]
>>           at
>> org.fcrepo.server.storage.lowlevel.akubra.AkubraLowlevelStorageModule
>> .replaceObject(AkubraLowlevelStorageModule.java:79)
>> [fcrepo-server-3.4.2.jar:na]
>>
>>           at
>> org.fcrepo.server.storage.DefaultDOManager.doCommit(DefaultDOManager.
>> java:1334) [fcrepo-server-3.4.2.jar:na]
>>           ... 46 common frames omitted
>> Caused by: java.io.IOException: Rename failed for an unknown reason.
>>           at org.akubraproject.fs.FSBlob.moveTo(FSBlob.java:151)
>> [akubra-fs-0.3.ja
>> r:na]
>>           at
>> org.akubraproject.map.IdMappingBlob.moveTo(IdMappingBlob.java:69) [ak
>> ubra-map-0.3.jar:na]
>>           at
>> org.fcrepo.server.storage.lowlevel.akubra.AkubraLowlevelStorage.renam
>> e(AkubraLowlevelStorage.java:361) [fcrepo-server-3.4.2.jar:na]
>>
>> Our AFS sys. admin mentioned that AFS doesn't support hard links.  Are
>> hard links being used to create copies of data files?  If so, is there a
>> workaround?  I'm using Fedora 3.4.2.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
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Re: [fcrepo-user] Datastream modification error


Your patched jar file solved my problem.  Thanks Scott.




From: Scott Prater <prater-63mtpxcE9Cs@public.gmane.org>
To: "Support and info exchange list for Fedora users." <fedora-commons-users-5NWGOfrQmneRv+LV9MX5uipxlwaOVQ5f@public.gmane.org>
Date: 11/01/2011 12:03 PM
Subject: Re: [fcrepo-user] Datastream modification error




Hi, Chris --

This bug fix has not yet been rolled out into the current version of
Fedora.  Akubra is long overdue for a release;  I'm mostly to blame for
that.  My goal and fervent hope is to get an Akubra release out before
the next Fedora release, so that the bug fixes can then be distributed
with the latest stable Fedora.

I'll get you some details on getting the akubra-fs jar.

-- Scott

On 10/31/2011 12:30 PM, Christopher Emmerich wrote:
> This bug certainly sounds like it might apply in my case.  But wouldn't
> this fix already be in the akubra-fs.jar file included with Fedora 3.4.2?
> (I checked and my version of the file is akubra-fs-0.3.jar.)  If not then
> please send me the details for building the latest version.
>
>
>
>
>
> From:
> Scott Prater<prater-63mtpxcE9Cs@public.gmane.org>
> To:
> "Support and info exchange list for Fedora users."
> <fedora-commons-users-5NWGOfrQmneRv+LV9MX5uipxlwaOVQ5f@public.gmane.org>
> Date:
> 10/28/2011 05:13 PM
> Subject:
> Re: [fcrepo-user] Datastream modification error
>
>
>
> You may have run into this bug:
>
> https://jira.duraspace.org/browse/AKUBRA-1
>
> The quick fix is to build Akubra from the master branch, and install the
> patched akubra-fs jar.  I can provide you with more details, if you want
> to go down this path.
>
> -- Scott
>
> On 10/28/2011 05:58 PM, Christopher Emmerich wrote:
>> I'm having a problem modifying Fedora datastreams after having moved my
>> entire fedora/data directory to AFS and creating a symbolic link to the
>> AFS.  Ingests and purges work fine but datastream modifications fail.
>> Here's the relevant part of the stack trace:
>>
>>           at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:619) [na:1.6.0_21]
>> Caused by: org.fcrepo.common.FaultException: java.io.IOException: Rename
>> failed
>> for an unknown reason.
>>           at
>> org.fcrepo.server.storage.lowlevel.akubra.AkubraLowlevelStorage.renam
>> e(AkubraLowlevelStorage.java:363) [fcrepo-server-3.4.2.jar:na]
>>           at
>> org.fcrepo.server.storage.lowlevel.akubra.AkubraLowlevelStorage.safeO
>> verwrite(AkubraLowlevelStorage.java:306) [fcrepo-server-3.4.2.jar:na]
>>           at
>> org.fcrepo.server.storage.lowlevel.akubra.AkubraLowlevelStorage.repla
>> ce(AkubraLowlevelStorage.java:244) [fcrepo-server-3.4.2.jar:na]
>>           at
>> org.fcrepo.server.storage.lowlevel.akubra.AkubraLowlevelStorage.repla
>> ceObject(AkubraLowlevelStorage.java:150) [fcrepo-server-3.4.2.jar:na]
>>           at
>> org.fcrepo.server.storage.lowlevel.akubra.AkubraLowlevelStorageModule
>> .replaceObject(AkubraLowlevelStorageModule.java:79)
>> [fcrepo-server-3.4.2.jar:na]
>>
>>           at
>> org.fcrepo.server.storage.DefaultDOManager.doCommit(DefaultDOManager.
>> java:1334) [fcrepo-server-3.4.2.jar:na]
>>           ... 46 common frames omitted
>> Caused by: java.io.IOException: Rename failed for an unknown reason.
>>           at org.akubraproject.fs.FSBlob.moveTo(FSBlob.java:151)
>> [akubra-fs-0.3.ja
>> r:na]
>>           at
>> org.akubraproject.map.IdMappingBlob.moveTo(IdMappingBlob.java:69) [ak
>> ubra-map-0.3.jar:na]
>>           at
>> org.fcrepo.server.storage.lowlevel.akubra.AkubraLowlevelStorage.renam
>> e(AkubraLowlevelStorage.java:361) [fcrepo-server-3.4.2.jar:na]
>>
>> Our AFS sys. admin mentioned that AFS doesn't support hard links.  Are
>> hard links being used to create copies of data files?  If so, is there a
>> workaround?  I'm using Fedora 3.4.2.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
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>> demand for specialized networking skills is growing even more rapidly.
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Fiona Shaw | 2 Nov 01:42 2011
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Re: [fcrepo-user] Imagemanip

I was having the same issue with the image manipulation content model. I
found that it was my error. When putting the content to Fedora, I was
specifying mime types such as 'Image/jpeg' or 'Image/gif' rather than
'image/jpeg' or 'image/gif'. There is a strict test in the servlet code that
demands the mime type to be one of the following - 

image/bmp
image/gif
image/jpeg
image/tiff
image/bmp
image/x-ms-bmp
image/x-bitmap
image/png

Once I set the content to have the correct mime type string, a url like this
now works fine - 
http://hedwig:8081/imagemanip/ImageManipulation?url=http://hedwig:8081/fedora/objects/mavis:4167060/datastreams/HIGH/content&op=watermark&wmText=Feenyx

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[fcrepo-user] FedoraGsearch 2.3 index update

Hello,

I installed Solr 3.4, Fedora 3.4.2, FedoraGsearch 2.3, configured
configProductionOnSolr. I am reading index with Islandora Slor Drupal
module. Fedora messaging is ON.

Index does not get updated when submitting new objects.

After I add an object I see
fedora/server/logs/fedoragsearch.dayly.log says
Index updated by notification message, returning… insertTotal=1.

Total number of objects is one more that before. All looks OK.

Solr index creates two new files of zero size:
_1.fdt
_1.fdx

But up until I open
myhost:8080/fedoragsearch/rest
and click browseIndex > Browse, index is not actually updated.

After this set of new files are created in Solr index directory and
index is correct and visible via Islandora Slor Drupal module.

I changed lock in solrconfig.xml from “native” to:
<lockType>single</lockType>

No result.

I noticed write.lock file in index dir before that. I deleted it.

Restarted server, deleted, recreated index. No luck. Index is not
updated until I Browse it with myhost:8080/fedoragsearch/rest

Thanks for the help,
Serhiy

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Re: [fcrepo-user] FedoraGsearch 2.3 index update

Solr needs a commit after an update. In solrconfig.xml you can configure, when Solr performs commits,
there is an autoCommit element, which comes commented out by default. Alternatively, you may include a
commitWithin attribute in your add element in the index document. When you call browseIndex, GSearch
performs an implicit commit.

-Gert

On 02/11/2011, at 04.32, Serhiy Polyakov wrote:

> Hello,
> 
> I installed Solr 3.4, Fedora 3.4.2, FedoraGsearch 2.3, configured
> configProductionOnSolr. I am reading index with Islandora Slor Drupal
> module. Fedora messaging is ON.
> 
> Index does not get updated when submitting new objects.
> 
> After I add an object I see
> fedora/server/logs/fedoragsearch.dayly.log says
> Index updated by notification message, returning… insertTotal=1.
> 
> Total number of objects is one more that before. All looks OK.
> 
> Solr index creates two new files of zero size:
> _1.fdt
> _1.fdx
> 
> But up until I open
> myhost:8080/fedoragsearch/rest
> and click browseIndex > Browse, index is not actually updated.
> 
> After this set of new files are created in Solr index directory and
> index is correct and visible via Islandora Slor Drupal module.
> 
> I changed lock in solrconfig.xml from “native” to:
> <lockType>single</lockType>
> 
> No result.
> 
> I noticed write.lock file in index dir before that. I deleted it.
> 
> Restarted server, deleted, recreated index. No luck. Index is not
> updated until I Browse it with myhost:8080/fedoragsearch/rest
> 
> Thanks for the help,
> Serhiy
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[fcrepo-user] Journaling problem

I'm a FC user since version 3.0 but I'm new to journaling and replication. After following the instructions written in the documentation, I've configured an existing repository for journaling (Multicast with only local transport for testing purposes). However, I can't see any journal entry in my journalFiles directory (read/write permissions are given to that folder). Is there any security policy that should be enabled ? The journal Module is initializing properly but no call are written in the logs, even at the INFO level. Any suggestions ?

Thanks,

Martin Boucher

P.S. Here is the config sections added for journaling:

<module role="org.fcrepo.management.Management" class="org.fcrepo.server.journal.Journaler">
    <param name="journalFileSizeLimit" value="100M"/>
    <param name="journalFileAgeLimit" value="1H"/>
    <param name="journalWriterClassname"
           value="org.fcrepo.server.journal.readerwriter.multicast.MulticastJournalWriter"/>
    <param name="transport.local.classname"
           value="org.fcrepo.server.journal.readerwriter.multicast.LocalDirectoryTransport"/>
    <param name="transport.local.directoryPath" value="/var/journaling/journalFiles"/>
    <param name="transport.local.crucial" value="true"/>
  </module>
  <module role="org.fcrepo.server.management.ManagementDelegate"
          class="org.fcrepo.server.management.ManagementModule">
    <param name="decorator1" value="org.fcrepo.server.messaging.NotificationInvocationHandler"/>
    <param name="autoChecksum" value="false">
    </param>
    <param name="checksumAlgorithm" value="MD5">
    </param>
    <param name="purgeDelayInMillis" value="60000">
    </param>
    <param name="uploadStorageMinutes" value="5">
    </param>
  </module>

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[fcrepo-user] Fedora 3.4.1 to 3.4.2 upgrade 500 error

Hi folks,

I recently did an upgrade of Fedora to 3.4.2 following the instructions outlined here: https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/FEDORA34/Upgrading+from+3.x

I am getting a 500 internal service error on the /fedora/describe page with the following the first line of the java error:
javax.servlet.ServletException: Unable to get Fedora Server instance.The Fedora server is not yet running.
Fedora is setup with an existing Tomcat installation. Starting and restarting Tomcat is not seem to be solving the problem. I'm also watching catalina.out and fedora.log with tail during Tomcat restarts and page hits and don't see anything that leads toward any sort of solution.

Any insight of help would be greatly appreciated.

cheers!

-nruest

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ajs6f | 2 Nov 17:15 2011

Re: [fcrepo-user] Fedora 3.4.1 to 3.4.2 upgrade 500 error

What exactly do you see in fedora.log from the beginning to the end of a Tomcat restart?

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On Nov 2, 2011, at 11:49 AM, Nick Ruest wrote:

> Hi folks,
> 
> I recently did an upgrade of Fedora to 3.4.2 following the instructions outlined here: https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/FEDORA34/Upgrading+from+3.x
> 
> I am getting a 500 internal service error on the /fedora/describe page with the following the first line of
the java error:
> javax.servlet.ServletException: Unable to get Fedora Server instance.The Fedora server is not yet running.
> 
> Fedora is setup with an existing Tomcat installation. Starting and restarting Tomcat is not seem to be
solving the problem. I'm also watching catalina.out and fedora.log with tail during Tomcat restarts and
page hits and don't see anything that leads toward any sort of solution.
> 
> Any insight of help would be greatly appreciated.
> 
> cheers!
> 
> -nruest
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