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sfx_cron_jobs [2017/08/01 11:19]
cknapp
sfx_cron_jobs [2019/07/02 08:14] (current)
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-==== SFX Cron Jobs ====+====== SFX Cron Jobs ====== 
 +**Also See:** 
 +  * [[SFX Down]] 
 +  * [[SFX Renewals]] 
 +  * [[SFX Routine Maintenance]] 
 +  * [[SFX sid List]] 
 +  * [[SFX Targets - Activating]] 
 +  * [[SFX Update Procedures]]
  
 ^Job  ^Time (see note below) ​ ^Notes ​ ^ ^Job  ^Time (see note below) ​ ^Notes ​ ^
-|Google Scholar file  |03:30 a.m. on Monday morning | This file was also used (2009-?) by OCLC for eSerials service. OCLC ignored ebooks in file.  | +|Google Scholar file  |03:30 a.m. on Monday morning | SFX file sent to Google Scholar for UMLinks button access out of GS. Initial registration with GS and setup through ExLibris was required. See SFX documentation. ​This file was also used (2009-?) by OCLC for eSerials service. OCLC ignored ebooks in file.  | 
-|Table Maintenance & Repair ​ |02:30 a.m. every month on the second day  |Setup by ExLibris ​ | +|Table Maintenance & Repair ​ |02:30 a.m. every month on the second day  |Setup by ExLibris ​to solve a problem pre-2010. ​ | 
-|Clean Apache log files  |02:17 a.m. on Sunday morning ​ |Cleans log files. ​ | +|Clean Apache log files  |02:17 a.m. on Sunday morning ​ |Cleans log files. Set up by ExLibris.  | 
-|Elsevier Autoload load | 12:01 a.m. the 1st day of the month | Began 2015. | +|Elsevier Autoload load | 12:01 a.m. the 1st day of the month | Began 2015. Maintained by us. Token can be found in Elsevier Admin under Trusted Partners and lives in the config file in the SFX Admin under Unix File Manager and the "​autoloader"​ tab in the Target Service. | 
-|Statistic Queries |6-7:20 a.m. the 14th of the month |As of 2016, runs Queries 2,​3,​4,​5,​6,​8,​10,​11,​12 and sends reports to cknapp ​email. Calendar and FY stats are run manually and include Queries 14 & 19. | +|Statistic Queries |6-7:20 a.m. the 14th of the month |As of 2016, runs Queries 2,​3,​4,​5,​6,​8,​10,​11,​12 and sends reports to DRMS email. Calendar and FY stats are run manually and include Queries 14 & 19. Set up through SFX Admin>​Queries and maintained by us. | 
-|EDS file transfer | 4:01 a.m. on Tuesdays | Sends SFX file to EBSCO to update SFX content information for EDS SFX CustomLinks. Began 12/​16. ​SFX file to update ejournal placards ​is separate ​file sent manually. | +|EDS file transfer | 4:01 a.m. on Tuesdays | Sends SFX file to EBSCO to update SFX content information for EDS (not HLM). Began 12/​16. ​HLM is not maintained by this file transfer. Set up by us. | 
-|SFX holdings file export | 7:00 on the 28th day of the month |SFX holdings file generated and sent Rapid, Browzine and IDS. |+|SFX holdings file export | 7:00 on the 28th day of the month |SFX holdings file generated and sent Rapid, Browzine and IDS. Rick and Steve B. set this up. | 
 +|SpringerJournals autoload | 12:01 a.m. the 5th day of the month | Began 10/15/18; note correct token in 2nd Springer account. Maintained by us.| 
 +|SpringerBooks autoload | 12:01 a.m. the 6th day of the month | Began 10/15/18. Maintained by us. |
  
-Notetimes are Central time as SFX server is in Chicago. ​Also note there are index build jobs associated with the ebooks functionality ​which are not shown here. Best to check with support before adding another job which might conflict with "​hidden"​ ones or with the backup.+Notes 
 +  * Times are Central time as SFX server is in Chicago. ​
 +  * There are index build jobs run by ExLibris ​which are not shown here. Best to check with support before adding another job which might conflict with "​hidden"​ ones or with the backup
 +  * SFX Search AZ and RSI indexing is now done centrally by ExLibris and is not shown on our cron list.
  
-== To setup cron jobs ==+===== Setting up Cron Jobs =====
      * For more information see the [[http://​knowledge.exlibrisgroup.com/​SFX/​Product_Documentation/​01_Version_4.0 | SFX users guides.]] ​      * For more information see the [[http://​knowledge.exlibrisgroup.com/​SFX/​Product_Documentation/​01_Version_4.0 | SFX users guides.]] ​
 +      * To set up publisher autoloads: ./​server_admin_util > 8 Import/​Export > (Choose resource, can set up crons, run autoload, etc.). To edit, use crontab -e
       * A list of cron jobs can be found Unix-side: Login>​da>​crontab -l       * A list of cron jobs can be found Unix-side: Login>​da>​crontab -l
       * Edit the crontab using "​crontab -e" instead.       * Edit the crontab using "​crontab -e" instead.
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       * Example cron: 00 05 03 * * /​exlibris/​sfx_ver/​sfx4_1/​umass3/​admin/​kbtools/​marc_enhancement.pl --  profile=marcit4export (Note: A cron for MARCIt was not set up due to multiple staff using files that interfered with the running of the cron, and that the cron was only able to replace a small portion of the MARCIt load process. 2016)       * Example cron: 00 05 03 * * /​exlibris/​sfx_ver/​sfx4_1/​umass3/​admin/​kbtools/​marc_enhancement.pl --  profile=marcit4export (Note: A cron for MARCIt was not set up due to multiple staff using files that interfered with the running of the cron, and that the cron was only able to replace a small portion of the MARCIt load process. 2016)
  
-[[cknapp@library.umass.edu|Primary contact: ​Catherine Knapp]]+===== SFX Queries ===== 
 +Monthly & Yearly (Calendar & Fiscal) Runs 
 +  * Query 2: Number of SFX requests and clickthroughs per source – The number of times users clicked the SFX button in any particular source (rec$sourceId) and the number ​ of clickthroughs;​ output is sorted by source name. 
 +  * Query 3: Number of SFX requests and clickthroughs sorted by object type – The number of times SFX services were requested and the number of clickthroughs,​ based on the type of object. Output is sorted by object type. If there is no match between the object in the OpenURL and the SFX database, the Object Type used is genre. 
 +  * Query 4: Number of SFX requests and clickthroughs per service type – The number of SFX requests and clickthroughs for each service type.  
 +  * Query 5: Number of SFX requests with/​without full‐text services – The number of SFX requests that resulted and did not result in full‐text services in the SFX menu.  
 +  * Query 6: Top target services shown in the SFX menu – The number of times the most popular targets services appeared in the SFX menu. 
 +  * Query 8: Number of clickthroughs per target service – The number of times specific target services were selected in the SFX menu. 
 +  * Query 10: Most popular serials selected by target – The number of times the most frequently requested full‐text journals were shown and selected in the SFX menu from one particular target. 
 +  * Query 11: Most popular journals selected by source – The number of times the most frequently requested full‐text journals were shown and selected in the SFX menu from  a particular source. 
 +  * Query 12: Journals requested but have no full‐text – The top journals for which SFX requests resulted in no full‐text services in the SFX menu. 
 + 
 +Yearly (Calendar & Fiscal Runs) 
 +  * Query 14: Books accessed via SFX ranked by use – Books (ISBNs) sorted by usage within a specified time period. Output includes ISBN book title, book OBJECT ID, and the  number of times accessed. If multiple ISBNs exist for the object, they are all included in the report. If no title or object ID exists, the statistics result include a  line with the text No title or No object id. 
 +  * Query 19: Most popular journals – The number of times the most frequently requested full‐text journals were shown and selected in the SFX menu. 
 + 
 +//[[jmulvaney@library.umass.edu|Primary contact: ​Jack Mulvaney]]//
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