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[EP-tech] Re: Bulk export/import
Thanks Ian and George,
This certainly looks to be the solution for us, however we are definitely
hitting the 100,000 record ceiling. I tried running the export and got an
empty file out. So, moving on to the database option - we have done this
to migrate like for like before, however my issue is that the changes I am
concerned about have affected our database structure directly and I want
to try and map this to a more vanilla database. I guess what I?m wondering
is, what would be the minimum I would need to dump to retain output
metadata and associated types and divisions? Users are where my issue lies
so that is a totally different kettle of fish.
On 01/07/2015 16:37, "eprints-tech-bounces at ecs.soton.ac.uk on behalf of
Ian Stuart" <eprints-tech-bounces at ecs.soton.ac.uk on behalf of
Ian.Stuart at ed.ac.uk> wrote:
>On 01/07/15 15:25, Andrew Beeken wrote:
>> Hello all!
>> I?m currently looking at migrating our repository to a fresh install,
>> mainly because we have a bit of customisation to our live repo and I
>> want to see how this process would affect the integrity of the data.
>> Is there an easy way of importing all records from one repository,
>> say to an XML file and then importing to the new one?
>In general (and as George says) the XML-with-files export is the way to
>I discovered it falls over with 100,000 records, so I just copied the
>database & attached a new eprints to it :D
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