Difference between revisions of "Archives/ARCHIVEID/documents/"

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*'''[[EPrints_Directory_Structure/eprints3|eprints3]]/[[EPrints_Directory_Structure/eprints3/archives|archives]]/[[EPrints_Directory_Structure/eprints3/archives/ARCHIVEID|ARCHIVEID]]/documents'''
 
*'''[[EPrints_Directory_Structure/eprints3|eprints3]]/[[EPrints_Directory_Structure/eprints3/archives|archives]]/[[EPrints_Directory_Structure/eprints3/archives/ARCHIVEID|ARCHIVEID]]/documents'''
** '''[[EPrints_Directory_Structure/eprints3/archives/ARCHIVEID/documents/disk0|disk0/]]''' -
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** '''[[EPrints_Directory_Structure/eprints3/archives/ARCHIVEID/documents/disk0|disk0/]]''' -  
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New documents are added to the alphabetically last directory in this dir. If you are running out of diskspace, you can symlink in disk1 from another drive.
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Under disk0/ is 4 levels of directory each numbered 00 to 99. This is to solve some problems with UNIX systems with many files in a single directory.
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These aren't very interesting. The next interesting directory level is:
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** '''[[EPrints_Directory_Structure/eprints3/archives/ARCHIVEID/documents/disk0/00/00/00/01|disk0/00/00/00/01]]''' -  This is the path to  eprint number #1.

Revision as of 16:40, 3 January 2007

New documents are added to the alphabetically last directory in this dir. If you are running out of diskspace, you can symlink in disk1 from another drive.

Under disk0/ is 4 levels of directory each numbered 00 to 99. This is to solve some problems with UNIX systems with many files in a single directory.

These aren't very interesting. The next interesting directory level is: