pqing stopped inserting when downstream requested feed

Good Evening,

We are requesting a NOAAPort feed using pqing -P <port number> on a ldm
server that serves this data to downstream ldm hosts.

Today, when the downstream ldm server started requesting a feed from the
upstream ldm server, one of the pqing processes (importing the NWSTG
channel) mysteriously died. I attached a copy of the two ldmd log files.

Both machines are running ldm-5.1.3. The upstream server is a FreeBSD
(version 4.2) box.  The downstream server is a Solaris/x86 box (version 8).

There appears to be a problem with the product queue on the upstream ldm
server.

Has anyone experienced any problems similar to this problem?

Thank you in advance for any assistance,

Jessica

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Jessica M. Thomale
Oklahoma Climatological Survey
E-mail: jthomale@xxxxxx
Mail: 100 E. Boyd, Suite 1210 Norman, OK 73019-1012
Phone: (405) 325-7809
Fax: (405) 325-2550

Feb 13 20:28:17 snapcount rpc.ldmd[25736]: Starting Up (built: Jan 6 2001 02:21:32) Feb 13 20:28:17 snapcount pqbinstats[25737]: Starting Up (25736) Feb 13 20:28:17 snapcount pqact[25738]: Starting Up Feb 13 20:28:17 snapcount magic[25739]: run_requester: Starting Up: magic Feb 13 20:28:17 snapcount magic[25739]: run_requester: 20010213192817.425 TS_ENDT {{WMO, ".*"}} Feb 13 20:28:17 snapcount magic[25739]: FEEDME(magic): OK Feb 13 20:28:19 snapcount localhost[25746]: Connection from localhost Feb 13 20:28:19 snapcount localhost[25746]: Connection reset by peer Feb 13 20:28:19 snapcount localhost[25746]: Exiting Feb 13 20:29:46 snapcount rpc.ldmd[25736]: Exiting Feb 13 20:29:46 snapcount rpc.ldmd[25736]: Terminating process group Feb 13 20:29:46 snapcount magic[25739]: Exiting Feb 13 20:29:46 snapcount pqact[25738]: Exiting Feb 13 20:29:46 snapcount pqbinstats[25737]: Exiting <133>Feb 13 20:28:34 snapcount[43523]: Connection from snapcount <133>Feb 13 20:28:34 snapcount(feed)[43523]: Starting Up: 20010213192817.425 TS_ENDT {{WMO, ".*"}} <133>Feb 13 20:28:34 snapcount(feed)[43523]: topo: snapcount WMO <131>Feb 13 20:29:50 pqing[77694]: pq_del_oldest: conflict on 37508440 <131>Feb 13 20:29:50 pqing[77694]: pq_insert: Resource temporarily unavailable <133>Feb 13 20:29:50 pqing[77694]: Exiting <133>Feb 13 20:29:50 pqing[77694]: Queue usage (bytes):100003840 <133>Feb 13 20:29:50 pqing[77694]: (nregions): 7833 <133>Feb 13 20:29:50 pqing[77694]: Duplicates rejected: 6591 <133>Feb 13 20:29:50 pqing[77694]: WMO Messages seen: 54105 <133>Feb 13 20:29:50 pqing[77694]: SOH/ETX missing : 0 <133>Feb 13 20:29:50 pqing[77694]: parity/chksum err: 0 <133>Feb 13 20:29:50 pqing[77694]: WMO format errors: 0 <133>Feb 13 20:29:50 pqing[77694]: FILE Bytes read: 380708561 <131>Feb 13 20:30:03 snapcount(feed)[43523]: pq_sequence failed: Input/output error (errno = 5) <133>Feb 13 20:30:03 snapcount(feed)[43523]: Exiting