Just to clarify, pqact(1) will interpret a relative pathname of its
configuration-file relative to the home directory of the LDM installation
($LDMHOME). With the advent of the LDM registry, pqact(1) interprets
relative pathnames of FILE actions relative to the LDM registry parameter
"/pqact/datadir-path" (the default is determined by the configure(1) script
and is "$LDMHOME/data" if that directory exists and "$LDMHOME/var/data" if
it doesn't). Execute the command "regutil /pqact/datadir-path" to see the
value of this parameter.
On Fri, Aug 22, 2014 at 8:49 PM, <wxprofessor@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> This is exactly what I thought and how I have the structure based. But
>> the system still isn't seeing files set in the sub-directory relative to
>> the home directory. This means my problem lies elsewhere and that is a HUGE
> you probably do not have your environment variables setup appropriately...
> if you use bash as your default shell this would be .bash_profile in your
> user's root directory.. or .login for csh.
> note emmerson's notes here, under 'steps to perform as ldm user'
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