These credentials can be found inside the Digital Grinnell Bits portion of the GC Libraries’ LastPass vault. The information is listed there under the name DG Private Repositories (dg-isle + dg-islandora).
Alternatively, you may obtain these credentials indirectly by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Four RESTART Scripts
The process of spinning up a https://dg.localdomain stack has been boiled down to a sequence of roughly 20 necessary commands. While it would be possible to enter these commands sequentially into your workstation’s terminal, there is a much easier path. The commands have been captured in a series of bash scripts named RESTART-1.sh, RESTART-2.sh, RESTART-3.sh, and RESTART-4.sh.
Number of Commands
This script does all the heavy lifting. It creates and populates the necessary directory structure, clones project repositories, pull Docker images, and launches 7 containers that define a minimal ISLE stack.
1 command repeated up to 10 times over a ten-minute span
This script echoes the log file of the last command executed in RESTART-1.sh.
This script imports a previously exported Drupal database, updates some dynamic components, and begins the process of indexing DG-FEDORA’s digital objects.
This script wraps things up by recreating DG-FEDORA’s Solr index and flushing the Drupal caches.
All four scripts can be found on your DG-FEDORA USB stick.
With a DG-FEDORA USB stick properly mounted on your Mac, you simply need to open a terminal window and execute the following command sequence:
DO NOT simply copy and paste these commands into your terminal! They need to be run one-at-a-time, in sequence, with execution of each command following successful completion of the previous command.
Each script will set your terminal background to black and subsequently provide output using the following color scheme:
Progress or status messages
Successful completion messages
Prompts and alerts. Pay particular attention to these!
This section of the document will be populated as issues are encountered. If you have a question or concern, or encounter any issues with this process please bring it to my attention by emailing email@example.com. Your experience and feedback will help shape this section for the benefit of others! Thank you!
And that’s a wrap. Until next time or until the feedback starts to roll in, whichever comes first…