I haven't seen that script, but, my guess is it clears
out gplt and ipcs message queues. If you do this when
a gempak process you want is running you will have problems.
Gempak doesn't like it when message queues get taken out
from under it. You should probably run the script only
when you do not think a gempak process should be running.
Robert (et al),
I am running the cleanup script that comes with gempak (once a day), and
it appears to me that the time at which my "gf" programs begin running
away is shortly after the cleanup is called from the cron. Any thoughts
on why this might be?