FEZ Index Error?

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2007-06-13
2012-10-29
  • leo_holmberg

    leo_holmberg - 2007-06-13

    Hi:

    We are running fedora 2.1.1 and just finished an upgrade to fez 1.3
    about a week ago. Things have been running smoothly until this
    morning when we got the following :

    The PID {} doesn't appear to be in the fedora repository - perhaps it
    was not ingested correctly. Please let the Fez admin know so that the
    Fez index can be repaired.
    /usr/local/apache2/htdocs/fez/include/class.xsd_display.php 971

    This error was caused when we clicked on any link to view a listed
    record. No metadata or data streams were shown, only the error message.

    We tried "Reindex Fez Fedora Objects" in Administration, but this action
    caused the listings to disappear as well.

    We were able to recover by restoring from the previous evening's backup.
    Does anyone have any idea what we did wrong? Thanks in advance.

     
    • leo_holmberg

      leo_holmberg - 2007-07-11

      Matt:

      Sorry for the delay in the followup. Indeed, stoping and restarting
      fedora does make the problem go away, but only for a variable
      amount of time - sometimes a week, sometimes less than a day.

      This indeed may be more of a fedora problem but I thought I
      would ask here for any advice.

      On our last hang we got the following:

      The PID {} doesn't appear to be in the fedora repository - perhaps it
      was not ingested correctly. Please let the Fez admin know so that the
      Fez index can be repaired.

      /usr/local/apache2/htdocs/fez/include/class.xsd_display.php 971

       
    • Matthew Smith

      Matthew Smith - 2007-06-15

      Leo,

      do you mean that every single object had this problem? it might have been that fedora needed to be restarted. Perhaps Fez was able to connect to fedora but no searches were working. (when fez searches fedora for an object)

      Matt

       

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