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    Aleph to Primo Publishing: Primo indexing running out of Oracle TEMP space

    • Article Type: General
    • Product: Aleph
    • Product Version: 20

    Problem Symptoms:
    * Records recently created/updated in Aleph can not be found in Primo.

    * These records have z00p records with AVA fields with <subfield "e" available> in xxx50. They were processed by publish-06 ("Create a tar file for Aleph published records") and are included in the tar file it produced.

    Cause:
    In Primo, the record was created (per the PNX Viewer). However, the Primo Indexing process has not completed because Primo has been running out of Oracle TEMP space.

    Resolution:
    * Increasing Oracle TEMP space in Primo allowed the currently running Indexing Process to complete successfully.
    * The "missing" records are now searchable in Primo.

    Additional Information

    Specific case at customer site:

    Records recently created/updated in Aleph can not be found in Primo. For example:

    002288583 ("Das Klavierwerk Vol. 1 [sound recording] Fanny Hensel-Mendelssohn.") and
    002288576 ("The price of inequality how today's divided society endangers our future")

    These records have z00p records with AVA fields with <subfield "e" available> in xxx50. They were processed by publish-06 on Sept. 18 and are included in the aleph.PRIMO-FULL.20120918.073010.1.tar.gz file it produced on Sept. 18:

    > ls *002288583*
    ABC01.002288583.PRIMO-FULL.xml

    > ls *002288576*
    ABC01.002288576.PRIMO-FULL.xml

    These *should* have been processed by the Primo pipe on Sept. 18, but we don't see the records in Primo.

    **** In Primo, the record was created (per the PNX Viewer) on 09/18/2012 at 09:36. However, the Primo Indexing process has not completed since the run that started at 8:30a that same day. Primo has been running out of Oracle TEMP space.

    Category: Interoperability (500)

    Subject: Primo


    • Article last edited: 10/8/2013
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