[EP-tech] Re: Assistance with eprints 2 options
mstreet at yorku.ca
Fri Feb 21 15:45:20 GMT 2014
I should've mentioned a critical obstacle. I have no shell access to
the original machine anymore. Apparently they can't even get into
single-user mode to get in.
On 2/21/2014 10:28 AM, Michael Street wrote:
> I have a repository that I set up many years ago and maintenance of
> which has passed away and back again. It's an eprints 2 repo that is
> functioning fine but the administrators would like to upgrade/migrate
> it to version 3. I believe it's about 7 years old now. The machine
> has never been upgraded, not even the OS.
> I have the new hardware but I just can't figure out the best way to
> achieve this. I've looked at the migration script written by cjg but
> I'm worried to try code so old.
> Is there a way to just export everything in a format that can be
> brought into the latest version?
> If not, then I do have the people available to input old the eprints
> into the new version. The only issue with that is that the URLs MUST
> match the original ones. This new machine will eventually replace the
> original, once everything is migrated over. Is there anyway to
> directly edit the eprint id of a deposit?
> Any suggestions/help would be greatly appreciated.
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> Design and Identity Services - University Information Technology*
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*Michael Street | Senior Web Consultant | Integration, Design
and Identity Services - University Information Technology*
Suite D, East Office Building | York University | 4700 Keele St. ,
Toronto ON M3J 1P3 Canada
York UIT will NEVER send unsolicited requests for passwords or other
personal information via email. Messages requesting such information
are fraudulent and should be deleted.
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