Archivematica 1.11 and Storage Service 0.16 release notes

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* Pointer files for reingested AIP has two compression events: https://github.com/archivematica/Issues/issues/1062  
 
* Pointer files for reingested AIP has two compression events: https://github.com/archivematica/Issues/issues/1062  
 
* Bags with metadata fail to ingest when additional metadata is added by automation tools ('''Sponsored''' by the Museum of Modern Art- thank you!): https://github.com/archivematica/Issues/issues/1022
 
* Bags with metadata fail to ingest when additional metadata is added by automation tools ('''Sponsored''' by the Museum of Modern Art- thank you!): https://github.com/archivematica/Issues/issues/1022
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* Transfer browser breaks if transfer source contains read protected directories: https://github.com/archivematica/Issues/issues/1019
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* AIP status in dashboard does not update after AIP is deleted: https://github.com/archivematica/Issues/issues/1014
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* SIPs started from ArchivesSpace pane fail when a parent object does not have a title ('''Community contribution''' by Dallas Pillen- thank you!): https://github.com/archivematica/Issues/issues/799
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* Cannot create user with accented characters/diacritics: https://github.com/archivematica/Issues/issues/261
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* AIP METS and pointer METS files reference outdated METS schema: https://github.com/archivematica/Issues/issues/949
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* Cannot start a transfer if transfer name has diacritics: https://github.com/archivematica/Issues/issues/1051
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* Non-default processing configuration is not copied over for zipped transfers ('''Community contribution''' by Wellcome Collection- thank you!): https://github.com/archivematica/Issues/issues/771
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* Directory level AIP metadata is not indexed: https://github.com/archivematica/Issues/issues/888
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* Descriptive metadata added via GUI is not indexed for searching: https://github.com/archivematica/Issues/issues/547
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* External PIDs are not searchable in Archival storage ('''Sponsored''' by Piql/NHA- thank you!): https://github.com/archivematica/Issues/issues/1006
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* Identifiers.json import fails if 'Bind PIDs' config option is not set to 'yes' ('''Sponsored''' by Piql/NHA- thank you!): https://github.com/archivematica/Issues/issues/963
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* Ldap auth fails on dashboard ('''Sponsored''' by Piql/NHA- thank you!): https://github.com/archivematica/Issues/issues/841
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* Cannot create storage service location via amclient ('''Sponsored''' by International Institute of Social History- thank you!): https://github.com/archivematica/Issues/issues/905
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* It is difficult to combine status for different package types ('''Community contribution''' by Rockefeller Archive Center- thank you!): https://github.com/archivematica/Issues/issues/972
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* Format identification errors are not being output from the FPR command ('''Community contribution''' by Wellcome Collection- thank you!): https://github.com/archivematica/Issues/issues/882
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Revision as of 09:58, 20 March 2020

Home > Release Notes > Archivematica 1.11 and Storage Service 0.16

March ## 2020

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Supported environments

Please see the installation instructions.

Archivematica 1.11 and Storage Service 0.16 are supported for production use in the following environments:

  • Ubuntu 16.04 64-bit Server Edition
  • Ubuntu 18.04 64-bit Server Edition
  • CentOS 7 64-bit

For development purposes, most of our developers prefer to use Docker containers. These and all above supported environments are linked from the installation instructions above.

Added

PREMIS Event import

This feature allows the import of PREMIS events which took place prior to processing in Archivematica. The PREMIS events are written in an xml format (see sample data) and placed in the metadata folder of a transfer. The PREMIS events are then written to the AIP METS file.

This work was sponsored by Piql and the Norwegian Health Archives. Thank you!

S3 as a transfer source

This allows an Amazon S3 space to be used as a transfer source location. This feature is a community PR from Wellcome Collection. Thank you!

Easier access to AIP METS

This feature add a "View METS" button in the user interface when viewing an AIP in Archival Storage. The METS file is then downloaded to your desktop for you viewing pleasure.

Changed

Performance and monitoring improvements

This is a collection of issues fixed that improve performance for processing at scale, and also enable performance monitoring through external applications such as Prometheus and Grafana.

These updates have been sponsored by Piql and the Norwegian Health Archives. Thank you!

Improvements for full disks

Managing workflows when various spaces on the disk fill up is a recognized pain point for Archivematica users. This project makes three overall changes to storage space reporting in Archivematica and the Storage Service in an effort to mitigate these issues:

  • Change the processing storage usage page to clarify storage paths/locations and improve usability:
  • Improve the transfer source location and AIP storage location pages to clarify storage paths/locations and improve usability
  • Change Storage Service functionality to support the above changes.

Allow users to choose whether to receive fail report emails

Users can now be configured to either receive fail report emails or not (previously all users received the emails). This is a community contribution from Hillel Arnold at Rockefeller Archive Center- thank you!

Change name of sanitize names micro-service

Following reading a paper by Elvia Arroyo-Ramirez we decided to change the name of this micro-service and align it more with the Library of Congress events vocabulary. The micro-service now displays as "Change transfer filenames" and "Change SIP filenames" in the Transfer and Ingest tabs respectively.

Drop-down menu orders

In short, the order of options in drop down menus were all over the place and it was driving us nuts so we finally tried to put them in more logical orders.

Removed

Quarantine

As discussed on the community forum the quarantine micro-service has been removed from Archivematica in this release.

Add next disk image button

This button seemed redundant to the workflow so it's been removed.

Fixed

And more! See https://github.com/archivematica/Issues/milestone/11 for full list of issues addresses in the 1.11 release.

Upgraded tools and dependencies

End of life dependencies

Python 2 has reached end of life. The Archivematica delivery team along with a number of community contributors has been working on upgrading this dependency. This release merges all Python 3 code that was ready in advance of the release, while still supporting Python 2. Components which have been upgraded and/or tested using Python 3 include:

We will continue to work toward full Python 3 use in upcoming releases.

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