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==[[SUNScholar/Daily Admin/4.X|For DSpace 4.X]]==
 
==[[SUNScholar/Daily Admin/4.X|For DSpace 4.X]]==
 
==[[SUNScholar/Daily Admin/3.X|For DSpace 3.X]]==
 
==[[SUNScholar/Daily Admin/3.X|For DSpace 3.X]]==
==PostgreSQL==
 
PostgreSQL also benefits from regular maintenance such as '''vacumn''', which optimizes the indexes and clears out any deleted data.
 
 
Type as follows in a terminal:
 
 
sudo -i
 
Enter the "dspace" user password. Then type:
 
su - postgres
 
 
crontab -e
 
When asked which editor to use, select "<tt>'''nano'''</tt>.
 
 
Then copy and paste the following:
 
20 4 * * * vacuumdb --analyze dspace > /dev/null 2>&1
 
 
 
==References==
 
==References==
 
*http://www.crontab-generator.org
 
*http://www.crontab-generator.org

Revision as of 21:00, 13 July 2015

Back to After Installation Tasks

Introduction

Just after installation it is critically important that you enable daily automated tasks for your digital archive. See details below.

In order to send out subscription emails, update search, browse, full-text indexes and do general daily housekeeping on the system, a regular maintenance script must be run automatically daily.

On a Unix/Linux based system this is easy to accomplish with use of the "crontab" facility.

Click on the headings below for more details of required "crontab"'s.

For DSpace 5.X

For DSpace 4.X

For DSpace 3.X

References