I was able to get it to work using sudo -u www-data and then the
import command string. So I guess it had to do with permissions on
The context is this: We're part of a group of 4 archives that have a
shared Archon installation (originally my own Archon installation).
We're now planning on migrating to AtoM or ArchivesSpace. I've been
advocating AtoM. Some time ago I had installed AtoM on an Amazon EC2
server to play around with (I think this was right before version 2.2
was replaced by the following version). I've played around with it off
and on experimenting with various aspects of AtoM, but I hadn't ever
tried a bulk EAD upload.
The place where our Archon is currently hosted (libraryhost) said that
there was no clear migration path from Archon to AtoM and seemed to
favor ArchivesSpace (although there isn't a good migration path there
either). I wondered why not just bulk download and upload EAD files.
So I was trying that out now to see how it went. And it seemed to work
reasonably well. I didn't want to put in the effort of upgrading my
AtoM instance just to do some additional experimenting. Assuming we go
to a new shared AtoM, it would be hosted and would be the current
John D. Thiesen
Archivist, Co-director of Libraries
Mennonite Library and Archives
North Newton, KS
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