|Date||Thu, 13 Jan 2005 10:35:38 +0200|
|Subject||RE: [greenstone-devel] Mega test !!!|
I recommand you do do the following:
Build the collection in e:gsdlcollect ucumanbuilding
Copy all directory/files (except "import") from c:program filesgsdlcollect ucuman to e:gsdlcollect ucuman.
copy c:program filesgsdl* to e:gsdl except the following folders:
locate "library.exe" or "server.exe" and "gsdlsite.cfg" (not from cgi-bin) and copy them to e:gsdl
modify gsdlsite.cfg so that all the paths point to e:gsdl instead to c:program filesgsdl
A more easy way will be to switch import with building directory
so "e:import" and the building will be in "c:program filesgsdlcollect ucumanbuilding"
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Diego Spano
Sent: Wednesday, January 12, 2005 10:47 PM
To: firstname.lastname@example.org; Greenstone (Devel)
Subject: [greenstone-devel] Mega test !!!
Hi list, I need to test Greenstone with one million pages using PagedImgPlug, so I have the following scenario:
- a windows xp machine with 3 disks
- greenstone installed on c:program filesgsdl
- a collection named "tucuman" on c:program filesgsdlcollect ucuman
- an import dir in c:program filesgsdlcollect ucumanimport
- an archive dir in d:archives
- a building folder in e:building
I build the collection using command line, so the import process is:
"perl -S import.pl -archivedir d:archives -verbosity 0 tucuman"
and the build process is:
"perl -S buildcol.pl -builddir e:building -archivedir d:archives -verbosity 1 tucuman"
This works ok.
The question is that when I load Greenstone, it tries to read indexes from "c:program filesgsdlcollect ucumanindex". Where do I have to "tell" greenstone that it has to read indexes from "e:index"?
Thanks a lot.
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