This poked my curiosity, so it appears that while you can set a larger
than 255 character regular expression in ldmd.conf, this pattern will
later fail at the RPC level when it is attempted to be used.
When I set such a pattern for a ldmd.conf request, the upstream connection
20160901T021846.586897Z upstream NOTE
error.c:236:err_log() Upstream LDM didn't reply to FEEDME request; RPC:
Can't encode arguments
upstream simply logs
20160901T023231.472245Z downstream NOTE ldmd.c:187:cleanup() Exiting
On Wed, 31 Aug 2016, Art Wildman - NOAA Federal wrote:
From some comments in my ldmd.conf...
# Do not allow lines to exceed 255 characters, Tony Freeman email - 20140828
# SR LDM Policy: Combine LDM Feed Requests as BW efficient as possible.
Tony's email on EMCWF had a link here...
Art Wildman/ITO - NWS-JAX http://weather.gov/jax/ - 904-741-5186 x-235
On Wed, Aug 31, 2016 at 10:28 AM, Matthew Foster - NOAA Federal <
What is the maximum line length (and/or pattern length) for entries in
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