What exactly is the problem with having data in your queue that is over an
hour old? That is actually a good thing as it allows downstream hosts
some flexibility (if they are configured to accept data over an hour old).
On Thu, 27 Dec 2012, Andrew Little wrote:
Recently, we have seen an increase in the number of products in our LDM product
I have increased our queue from 2G to 4G and our slots from default to 60,000.
However, I am still seeing the age of the queue go beyond 1 hour (3600).
Maximum hourly volume 919.687 M bytes/hour
Average hourly volume 654.020 M bytes/hour
Average products per hour 67632 prods/hour
Feed Average Maximum Products
(M byte/hour) (M byte/hour) number/hour
IDS|DDPLUS 654.020 [100.000%] 919.687 67632.119
Dec 27 16:06:06 pqmon NOTE: Starting Up (2774)
Dec 27 16:06:06 pqmon NOTE: nprods nfree nempty nbytes
maxprods maxfree minempty maxext age
Dec 27 16:06:06 pqmon NOTE: 69832 168 0 467467080
69999 345 0 3452289320 3970
Dec 27 16:06:06 pqmon NOTE: Exiting
Weather Systems Analyst
Universal Weather & Aviation Inc.
8787 Tallyho Road
Houston, Texas 77061
Success from the word GO.
* Daryl Herzmann
* Assistant Scientist -- Iowa Environmental Mesonet