HI Art, The "age" in pqmon is the # of seconds in "your" queue.. Thank you, -Jeff ____________________________ _____________________ Jeff Weber address@hidden Unidata Support PH:303-497-8676 COMET Case Study Library FX:303-497-8690 University Corp for Atmospheric Research 3300 Mitchell Ln http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/staff/jweber Boulder,Co 80307-3000 ________________________________________ ______________________ On Thu, 12 Sep 2002, Unidata Support wrote: > > ------- Forwarded Message > > >To: <address@hidden> > >From: "Arthur A. Person" <address@hidden> > >Subject: pqmon question > >Organization: UCAR/Unidata > >Keywords: 200209121430.g8CEUx105859 > > Hi... > > I'd like some clarification on the meaning of the "age" of the oldest > product in the product queue as revealed by pqmon. Is the "age" the > oldest product according to the time stamp of the products, or according > to when the product was received by the system? For example, let's say a > certain feed is running 75 minutes behind (hypothetical). But, the oldest > data actually received (before being deleted from the queue for more new > products) is only 60 minutes old. Would the "age" be reported as 60 > minutes, or 75 mintues? In other words, does the ldm keep track of the > reception time as well as the insertion time, and which time is reported > as the age? > > Thanks. > > Art. > > Arthur A. Person > Research Assistant, System Administrator > Penn State Department of Meteorology > email: address@hidden, phone: 814-863-1563 > > > ------- End of Forwarded Message > >
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