[Archivesspace_Users_Group] Strange indexing issue v2.81

Zachary L Pelli zachary.pelli at shu.edu
Fri Nov 20 15:19:01 EST 2020

Thanks Brian, but the same thing happened after truncating the table and reindexing. It worked at first but did not when I came back a couple hours later.

Zach Pelli
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Hi Zach,

Try truncating the deleted_records table and reindexing.  That usually seems to solve issues with resources disappearing from the search.



Brian Harrington (he/him)

Data Migration Specialist


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Subject: [Archivesspace_Users_Group] Strange indexing issue v2.81

Hey all,

After installing v2.81 we're having a strange issue, seemingly related to the index. Some collections cannot be found via search as they were before. I deleted the index in order to force a reindex and the collections were then searchable for a time. But coming back later, the issue had manifested once again and those collections would not appear in searches. Is this something that anyone has experienced before? I can provide logs and examples if you need more information.


Zach Pelli

Seton Hall University Libraries

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