>From: Unidata Support <address@hidden> >Organization: Unidata Program Center/UCAR >Keywords: 200306101450.h5AEorLd025759 IDD LDM-6 Hi Karen, On June 10 you wrote the following about dontpanic.nssl.noaa.gov feeding model data from thelma.ucar.edu: >>During my testing >>phase (1-2 weeks) I would like to have data for both machines if this is >>possible. Once everything is working on the new machine and I get all >>the LDM users within NSSL to switch over, I will go back to a single >>data feed. And I replied: >OK. During the testing period, leave quox feeding from thelma and >setup dontpanic from emo. When you are confident that things are working >correctly, we will change the allows on thelma from quox to dontpanic. The LDM log files on thelma indicate that dontpanic has been attempting to feed from thelma since Friday, June 13; this is causing a lot of log file entries. At the same time, dontpanic continues to feed the same data from emo.unidata.ucar.edu. Are you now ready for dontpanic to take over from quox? - if yes, we will restart the LDM on thelma at the end of the day today so that dontpanic will be allowed, and we will remove the allow from emo's ldmd.conf file - if no, please comment out dontpanic's ~ldm/etc/ldmd.conf request line to thelma and stop and restart its LDM Thanks in advance... Tom Yoksas
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