SI: Metadata from Inspire (SI) not available at Inspire geoportal
|Status:||Resolved||Start date:||26 Mar 2018|
|Assignee:||Angelo Quaglia||% Done:|
|Submitting Organisation:||SI||Knowledge-Base relevant?:|
|Country:||SI - Slovenia||Keyword #2:|
|Originating UI:||Resource Browser||Keyword #3:|
we have noticed that metadata from Inspire (SI) are not available at the Inspire geoportal (Discovery/Viewer and Resource browser).
The CSW service is working OK (http://prostor4.gov.si/imps/srv/eng/csw-INSPIRE?SERVICE=CSW&VERSION=2.0.2&REQUEST=GetCapabilities).
Is there any other problem during harvesting?
Thanks for your help.
#1 Updated by Angelo Quaglia over 2 years ago
- Category set to Harvesting process
- Status changed from New to Feedback
- Assignee set to Angelo Quaglia
- Submitting Organisation set to SI
- Country set to SI - Slovenia
- Originating UI set to Resource Browser
it is fixed, now.
Many thanks for reporting this.
The Discovery Service has just been successfully reharvested but I noticed that due to the increased load to the system, a timeout caused an error which makes the INSPIRE Geoportal believe something went wrong with the new harvesting.
I am addressing the problem in the code.
#2 Updated by Angelo Quaglia over 2 years ago
Yes, I can confirm you that the problem has been a timeout while deleting the results of the previous harvesting:
26 Mar 2018 13:35:52,714 (PullProcessor.java:1829) - ERROR Thread-97775 eu.europa.ec.inspire.resource.discovery.PullProcessor - Solr could not cache document "[stream.body=<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><delete><query>id:\/INSPIRE-6f0cd439-226d-11e6-9ff2-52540023a883_20180326-131906*</query></delete>]" because of the following error: "Read timed out" eu.europa.ec.inspire.geoportal.exception.CachingFailedException: Solr could not cache document "[stream.body=<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><delete><query>id:\/INSPIRE-6f0cd439-226d-11e6-9ff2-52540023a883_20180326-131906*</query></delete>]" because of the following error: "Read timed out"
Despite the timeout, the deletion was carried out.
However, the error made the INSPIRE Geoportal believe something had gone wrong with the new harvesting and, as a result, it removed also the latest results.