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Deployment of Dspace 6.0
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What is DSpace?

DSpace is an open source repository software package typically used for creating open access repositories for scholarly and/or published digital content. While DSpace shares some feature overlap with content management systems and document management systems, the DSpace repository software serves a specific need as a digital archives system, focused on the long-term storage, access and preservation of digital content.

This image is based on official Ubuntu image and use Tomcat to run DSpace as defined in the installation guide.

Usage

DSpace use PostgreSQL as database.

We might use an external database or create a PostgreSQL container linked to the DSpace container.

Postgres as a container

We have a custom PostgreSQL Docker Image used to change default locale of PostgreSQL to pt-BR. If you will use the default english language you may not need this, but it can be useful if you need a custom language. The source is avaliable at docker/postgres/Dockerfile

First, we have to create the PostgreSQL container:

docker run -d --name dspace_db -p 5432:5432 unixelias/postgres-dspace

then run DSpace linking the PostgreSQL container:

docker run -d --link dspace_db:postgres -p 8080:8080 unixelias/docker-dspace

By default the database schema is created with the name dspace for a user dspace and password dspace, but it's possible to override this default settings :

docker run -d --link dspace_db:postgres \
        -e POSTGRES_SCHEMA=my_dspace \
        -e POSTGRES_USER=my_user \
        -e POSTGRES_PASSWORD=my_password \
        -p 8080:8080 unixelias/docker-dspace

We might also used the Docker compose project in the sample directory.

External database

When you use an external Postgres, you have to set some environment variables :

  • POSTGRES_DB_HOST (required): The server host name or ip(postgres by default).
  • POSTGRES_DB_PORT (optional): The server port (5432 by default)
  • POSTGRES_SCHEMA (optional): The database schema (dspace by default)
  • POSTGRES_USER (optional): The user used by DSpace (dspace by default)
  • POSTGRES_PASSWORD (optional): The password of the user used by DSpace (dspace by default)
  • POSTGRES_ADMIN_USER (optional): The admin user creating the Database and the user (postgres by default)
  • POSTGRES_ADMIN_PASSWORD (optional): The password of the admin user
docker run -d  \
        -e POSTGRES_DB_HOST=my_host \
        -e POSTGRES_ADMIN_USER=my_admin \
        -e POSTGRES_ADMIN_PASSWORD=my_admin_password \
        -e POSTGRES_SCHEMA=my_dspace \
        -e POSTGRES_USER=my_user \
        -e POSTGRES_PASSWORD=my_password \
        -p 8080:8080 unixelias/docker-dspace

After few seconds DSpace should be accessible from:

Note: The security constraint to tunnel request with SSL on the /rest endpoint has been removed, but it's very important to securize this endpoint in production through Nginx for example.

Configure webapps installed

This image removes oai, sword, swordv2 an xmlui by default *

DSpace consumed a lot of memory, and sometimes we don't really need all the DSpace webapps. So iy's possible to set an environment variables to control the webapps installed :

docker run -d --link dspace_db:postgres \
        -e DSPACE_WEBAPPS="jspui xmlui rest" \
        -p 8080:8080 unixelias/docker-dspace

The command above only installed the webapps jspui xmlui and rest.

Build

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License

All the code contained in this repository, unless explicitly stated, is
licensed under Apache License Version 2.0.

A copy of the license can be found inside the LICENSE file.

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