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    Types of Voyager regens

    • Article Type: General
    • Product: Voyager
    • Product Version: 6.1

    Description:
    Types of Voyager regens

    Resolution:
    KEYWORD
    Standard bibliographic keyword regen. Takes all keywords, sorts them, and indexes them into the .dc files in /m1/voyager/xxxdb/data/.
    Creates an empty dynamic.dc file for keywords cataloged between regens. Solves many problems with keysvr.

    HEADINGS
    Indexes the following tables
    bib_heading
    auth_heading
    subdivision
    bib_subdivision
    auth_subdivision
    heading_subdivision

    Must run STATSAMPLER in conjunction with this (headings) regen.

    MFHDINDEX
    This is the left-anchored call number regen. Indexes the call number in mfhd_master.

    MFHDPREFIXSUFFIX
    Indexes the mfhd_master. If set to Y, will index the mfhd prefix/suffice in the call number.

    MFHDKEYWORD
    Same process as KEYWORD for keywords in MFHDs (holdings records). Alters files in /m1/voyager/xxxdb/mfhd.data/.

    TURBOBIBTEXT
    Third of the 3 standard elements of a bibliographic keyword regen. Builds the Turbo Bib Text (.tbt) files that
    contain the indexed text of bibliographic records for display.
    It often fixes display problems on the titles or headings list, such as blank lines or the count says there are 4 bibs but there are really 3.

    BIBTEXTTABLE
    Indexes the BIB_TEXT table.

    BIBLEFTANCHORED
    Indexes bib_index table.

    AUTHLEFTANCHORED
    Indexes the auth_index table.

    BIB856LINKS
    Indexes the elink_index where record_type=B.

    AUTH856LINKS
    Indexes the elink_index where record_type=A..

    MFHD856LINKS
    Indexes the elink_index where record_type=M.

    STATSAMPLER
    Touches the browse_stats table. Must run in conjunction with headings regen.

    GEOSPATIAL
    Indexes the GEO_COORD_TYPE table. Must have add-on Geospatial product for this data to be populated.

    BIBMEDIUM
    Indexes the BIB_MEDIUM table which indexes the 007 of the bib record.


    • Article last edited: 3/3/2015