Fedora 6 Rebuild Demo: Resilience in a Long-term-Preservation Persistence Layer

A Fedora 6 demo video is now available showcasing a recently added feature. This demo explains the repository rebuild functionality and demonstrates how it works. This new feature demonstrates Fedora’s commitment to a self-describing, long-term-preservation persistence layer and increases Fedora’s resilience in disaster recovery scenarios.

You can find the demo video here.

This demo follows previous videos demonstrating the use of the migration tools to transform a Fedora 3 on disk representation to OCFL, creating RDF resources via the Fedora API and seeing those resources represented on disk as OCFL Objects, how to create binary resources and see how they look on disk, and how to create and manage archival groups. 

You can find all these videos in this playlist.

Thanks to the following people and their institutions for contributing to the latest code sprint:

  • Danny Bernstein, LYRASIS
  • Ben Pennell, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Jared Whiklo, University of Manitoba
  • Peter Winckles, University of Wisconsin-Madison

One week out of each month in 2020 will be dedicated to a Fedora 6 code sprint. Please sign up on the wiki to participate in any upcoming sprint: https://wiki.lyrasis.org/display/FF/2020+Sprints+-+Fedora+6. The latest Fedora 6 build can be found on GitHub. You can also support our efforts by becoming a member.