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DAITSS Grows Up: Migrating to a Second Generation Preservation System

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In the early 2000s a number of institutions pioneered the development and implementation of OAIS-based digital preservation repositories. Now with several years of operational experience behind them, some of these institutions are implementing “second generation” repository systems designed to take advantage of lessons learned. This spring the Florida Digital Archive is implementing DAITSS 2, a completely rewritten version of its original DAITSS system. Functionally, DAITSS 2 does not differ greatly from DAITSS, but technically and architecturally there are many changes. Migration to the new system is complicated by the fact that the Florida Digital Archive manages multiple copies of an archival store containing upwards of 30 million files. This paper describes major differences between the two systems, issues in migrating from one to the other, and the final migration plan.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2011

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