>From: ygcho <address@hidden> >Organization: CSU/ECE >Keywords: 200404082109.i38L9vCT021391 IDD CRAFT LDM Hi Yoong-Goog, >I am Yoong-Goog from CSU. >I really appreciate your kind reply. > >The computer name is "pikes.engr.colostate.edu". OK. I just verified that forward and reverse name lookup are available for this machine. >Once you are ready to provide the KCYS and KFTG NEXRD Level 2 data, I am >going to change configuration in the 'ldmd.conf' file. We are ready for you to make this change in ~ldm/etc/ldmd.conf. Please remember that after making any changes in ldmd.conf, you must stop and restart your LDM for the change to take effect: ldmadmin stop <wait until all LDM processes have exited> ldmadmin start If the LDM does not start, it most likely means that you made a typo in ldmd.conf. The line containing the typo should be shown as one of the last entries in your ~ldm/logs/ldmd.log file. One additional request. Relaying data effectively depends on both the upstream and downstream machines' LDM staying up. Stopping and restarting a downstream LDM frequently causes the load on the upstream machine to go up and can affect its ability to relay data to other downstream machines. So, please do "bounce" (stop and restart) your LDM without good reason. Back in the era of LDM-5, Some sites went as far as adding LDM stops and restarts to cron jobs. This is not needed or desired with LDM-6. If you find that you have problems receiving data with your LDM, please contact us so we can help you troubleshoot the cause of your problem. Thanks in advance... >Thanks again. No worries. Cheers, Tom -- NOTE: All email exchanges with Unidata User Support are recorded in the Unidata inquiry tracking system and then made publically available through the web. If you do not want to have your interactions made available in this way, you must let us know in each email you send to us. >From address@hidden Wed Apr 28 14:19:09 2004 Hi Tom, The NEXRD level 2 data transmission from 'thelma' has been confirmed. We really appreciate your help. Best Regards, Yoong-Goog CC: Dr. Chandrasekar
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