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[EP-tech] Re: upgrading IRStats to IRStats2

I should also note that our 'access' table is multiple jiggle-bytes in size,
with hundreds of millions of records, so we're not overly keen on running a
full IRStats regen. We're currently working on strategies to archive old
records from the access table.



Matthew Kerwin  |  QUT Library eServices  |
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From: Matthew Kerwin 
Sent: Tuesday, 21 April 2015 09:50
To: eprints-tech at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Subject: upgrading IRStats to IRStats2


Hi folks, sorry if this has been covered elsewhere but I haven't seen
mention of it. One of our repositories was recently updated to 3.3, however
we're still running the old IRStats (v1). We're eager to update to IRStats2,
however we're not sure what process to go through, nor what risks are


Is there any advice on upgrading IRStats to IRStats2?




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