[IPT] How does one upload large datasets to GBIF?
Laura Anne Russell
larussell at gbif.org
Tue Jul 7 15:10:50 UTC 2020
If your data is in a database (MySQL, Oracle, etc), you can make a database connection to the database within the IPT instead uploading a file. https://github.com/gbif/ipt/wiki/IPT2ManualManageResources.wiki#database-as-data-source
Or (and this is a hack) you create a same named file with a just few records that you can upload and map. Then you take the same named file with all the records and copy it over the uploaded file on the server in the ipt data folder. Then you go back to the IPT, edit the data source and click the Analyze button, Save, then publish. Someone with access to the directories on the server would need to do this.
Laura Anne Russell
Programme Officer for Participation and Engagement
Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) Secretariat
larussell at gbif.org (email)
+45 35 33 35 51 (office, direct line)
DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø
From: IPT <ipt-bounces at lists.gbif.org> on behalf of "Simpson, Annie" <asimpson at usgs.gov>
Date: Tuesday, 7 July 2020 at 16.48
To: "ipt at lists.gbif.org" <ipt at lists.gbif.org>
Subject: [IPT] How does one upload large datasets to GBIF?
What is the easiest or most popular way to send large datasets to GBIF, ones that are too large for the IPT software (I think that is more than 100MB zipped, 10+million records)? Does one modify their IPT instance? How? Or is there another process that is preferred?
We currently have IPT Version 2.3.6-r3985b6a installed and plan to upgrade to 2.4.0 soon.
A technical answer is what I seek (on behalf of our technical team).
Again my apologies if the answer to my question is easily found and I'm just not finding it.
Annie Simpson, BISON product owner
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Science Analytics & Synthesis Program
U.S. Geological Survey
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