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Re: 20011008: IDD latencies at PSU (cont.)



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> >To: Unidata Support <address@hidden>
> >cc: <address@hidden>
> >From: "Arthur A. Person" <address@hidden>
> >Subject: Re: 20011006: motherlode feed slow?
> >Organization: PSU
> >Keywords: 200110061836.f96IaT125601 IDD latencies Abilene motherlode
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> Tom,
> 
> Our network folks did some checks on network connectivity and couldn't
> find any problems.  Assuming the network's okay, there would have to be
> some oddity with either motherlode or our ldm.  Perhaps there's some sort
> of queue gremlin here as happened before.  I can try stopping our ldm and
> rebuilding the queue if you can't identify any problems on your end.  Any
> other suggestions appreciated.
> 
>                                    Thanks.
> 
>                                      Art.
> 
> On Mon, 8 Oct 2001, Arthur A. Person wrote:
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> > Tom,
> >
> > Our latencies have quickly popped back up to about 55 minutes now from
> > motherlode.  SSEC NEXRAD is still running within seconds.  I'm working
> > with our networking people now to see if they can discover anything.
> >
> >                                      Art.
> >
> > On Mon, 8 Oct 2001, Arthur A. Person wrote:
> >

Hi Art,

I'm not seeing any problems regarding the network from here. 
Connectivity to your site looks good right now, and motherlode is
current.   Have you rebuilt your queue?  If not, I'd say go ahead and at
least eliminate that as a possibility, although I doubt that that's the
problem.  If the latencies continue after that I'll contact our network
engineer and have them take a look.

This seems different than last week because then two other sites were
also seeing the problem.   But I haven't heard from either Harry or
Daryl this time, and I think that they watch things pretty closely.  

Please let me know what happens.

Anne

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