ln -s ldm-6.13.13 runtime
df -k varindicates that sufficient space exists for it, then create the product-queue with the following command:
ldmadmin mkqueue -fwhere the
-foption requests "fast" creation.
If you don't have sufficient space for the product-queue, then you'll have to free-up some space or configure a smaller queue.
pqcheck -vand do one of the following:
ldmadmin mkqueue -f
ldmadmin watchHow quickly this verifies your LDM depends on the rate at which data-products are inserted into the product-queue.
If the LDM system is already running, then you can minimize the time that the LDM is off-line by combining some of the above steps. For example
cd $HOME && ldmadmin stop && rm -f runtime && \ ln -s ldm-6.13.13 runtime && ldmadmin start && ldmadmin watch
If you encounter a problem, check the LDM logfile for relevant messages.