Re: [ldm-users] Running queue and surf queue out of memory


In general, you want the LDM queue to be large enough to hold one hour's
worth of data and smaller than about 80% of memory.

An SSD will relax the memory threshold. I don't know by how much. Try it
and see.

Steve Emmerson

On Sun, Aug 21, 2016 at 12:21 PM, Jeff Lake <JeffLakejeff@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I just put as much memory I could in my ldm injest server 48 gb ddram3
> now I'm receiving nexrad 2&3 ddplus ngrid nimage hds conduit and fsl2 from
> Madis now I'm relaying ddplus
> What would   be efficient amountsof queue to run ?i read running the queue
> from memory is faster then running it off disk does this really make a
> difference as  my ldm install will be purely on ssd's
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