Re: [ldm-users] Feature request for LDM

Gilbert Sebenste wrote:
On Tue, 28 Aug 2007, Gerry Creager wrote:

     pqact -vl - -q /dev/null pathname

when you modify file "pathname"?
Hard to remember. I have resorted to the LDM equivalent of the 3-finger salute: "ldmadmin restart" most of the time. My fingers remember that even if I don't.

I could modify the file "ldmadmin-pl.conf" to create a variable that contained the pathnames of all the "pqact" configuration-files. The components of this variable could then be checked by the "ldmadmin pqactcheck" command. The problem is that there is no guarantee that the variable will contain all the files.

I think a better solution would be for the ldmadmin script to extract the pathnames of the "pqact" configuration-files from the LDM configuration-file. I'll think about it.
Personally, I think your better solution is a better solution. Consider this encouragement.

I'm with ya, Gerry. This would be great!

How was the bagpipe contest?

Steve got the LDM to play the bagpipes? Cool! ;-)

I've yet to see the pqact.bagpipe implementation...

One more thing...

I have noticed in the past that LDM messages sometimes took 6-12 hours to get through. Now, they have their own headers and I get them within seconds. Kudos to whoever did that upgrade!

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