IRC log for #koha, 2019-08-29

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05:39 wahanui niihau, fridolin
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06:58 alex_a Bonjour
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07:13 * magnuse waves
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07:13 magnuse two caits! woohoo!
07:14 cait1 not so good in this case :)
07:14 cait1 my vpn keeps reconnecting :(
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07:15 magnuse hehe
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07:20 KeithS Where do I look for cron activities? I am running 19.05. I do not have a regular OS cron job running for koha-run-backup, yet a backup is being performed daily! Where is this controlled from?
07:20 cait3 it's set up by default i tihnk
07:21 cait3 there are several files... on a dev installation they are located in the debian directory - i am not sure where it ends up with a package installation, the structure is a bit different then
07:21 magnuse yeah, some default cronjobs are run from /etc/cron.*/koha-common
07:22 cait3 these network issues make me mad :(
07:24 KeithS Thanks, cait & magnuse. I found them.
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07:26 KeithS What is best practices for cron? To add the cron jobs to the /etc/cron.daily/koha-common, or to create regular OS cron jobs?
07:36 cait3 if you are on debian using packages, i'd keep the koha files
07:37 cait3 magnuse: how are you handling it?
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07:38 magnuse i try to leave the default koha ones alone and if i add new cronjobs i add them in new files
07:38 magnuse e.g. /etc/cron.daily/koha-local
07:39 cait3 makes sense
07:39 magnuse when you upgrade the packages the cron files will be overwritten (with a warning during the upgrade), so changing the default files as little as possible means less things to look out for during upgrade
07:41 magnuse but sometimes you have to change the default files, e.g. if you want to keep backup for more than 2 days, or ru nno backups at all
07:41 magnuse actually it would be really nice if you could configure that in some other way than editing the cron file...
07:41 cait3 we built our own packages, so it installs with the changed files
07:52 magnuse clever
07:52 cait3 not sure, but works for us :)
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09:01 koha-jenkins Project Koha_19.05_U18 build #31: SUCCESS in 29 min: https://jenkins.koha-community[…]oha_19.05_U18/31/
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09:11 koha-jenkins Yippee, build fixed!
09:11 wahanui Congratulations!
09:11 koha-jenkins Project Koha_19.05_D9 build #32: FIXED in 41 min: https://jenkins.koha-community[…]Koha_19.05_D9/32/
09:16 koha-jenkins Project Koha_19.05_D8 build #30: SUCCESS in 42 min: https://jenkins.koha-community[…]Koha_19.05_D8/30/
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10:13 cait1 does someone have a 19.05 around or master and could test something quickly for me?
10:13 cait1 it came up in training but I can't verify it right now
10:13 cait1 Serials > New subscription > Try linking to an existing record or adding a new record
10:13 cait1 it did seem broken in the 19.05.02 the participant was using
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11:16 simi hi anybody online?
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11:33 simi how can i attach multiple files to records?
11:35 simi i have 10000 records and 10000 or more files i want upload all files directly to the server and bulk attach them to these records? any solution from command line or GUI?
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13:21 kidclamp Hi simi
13:21 kidclamp too late :-(
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13:44 tcohen morning
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13:53 simi help mee please
13:54 simi i have 10000 records and 10000 or more files i want upload all files directly to the server and bulk attach them to these records? any solution from command line or GUI?
13:54 kidclamp Hi simi
13:54 kidclamp I don't believe there is currently a tool to do what you are asking
13:54 simi hi kidclamp
13:55 kidclamp we have similar things in the code elsewhere, but I don't know of any script that does exactly this
13:55 simi is is possible to upload o attach 1 single file to a record through command line?
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13:56 kidclamp are you storing the files in KOha too? or simply need to add the llink?
13:58 simi it sould store to koha so just logged in users can download files, otherwise i make a download sever and just add download url in 856$u field
13:59 simi should*
13:59 kidclamp You can attach a file and add the link in the gui
13:59 kidclamp but I don't believe there is a way to limit links to logged in users
14:00 simi yeah there is no way to limit it
14:01 simi if there was a commandline code to upload and store files into koha i can upload all files first then add them into record
14:03 simi this is a commad to import marc into koha  "perl -file sample.mrc"
14:03 simi mybe something like this help
14:03 kidclamp yeah, I don't think we have that tool
14:03 kidclamp but using Koha::Uploader you should be able to build it
14:04 kidclamp[…]41a1b202b;hb=HEAD
14:06 simi OK, tnx a lot kidclamp
14:06 simi i dont know perl
14:06 kidclamp it's easy :-D
14:06 kidclamp are in you Las Vegas simi?
14:07 kidclamp just talking to someone from there earlier so wondering
14:08 simi No unfortunately im not in US
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16:07 tcohen has anyone thought of a good OO abstraction for permissions/subpermissions?
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18:20 martincho Hi, I encounter this problem. any solution?
18:20 martincho DBIx::Class::Storage::DBI::_dbh_execute(): Duplicate entry '34-20' for key 'PRIMARY' at /usr/share/koha/lib/Koha/ line 39
18:31 martincho arises when entering the account in the web installation process
18:38 tcohen @seen oleonard
18:38 huginn tcohen: oleonard was last seen in #koha 23 hours, 41 minutes, and 38 seconds ago: <oleonard> See y'all later
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19:07 magnuse isn't there a page on the wiki for preferred words in koha, like reserve v.s. hold?
19:10 martincho Hi, I encounter this problem. any solution?  DBIx::Class::Storage::DBI::_dbh_execute(): Duplicate entry '34-20' for key 'PRIMARY' at /usr/share/koha/lib
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