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20040917: CRAFT data

>From: address@hidden
>Organization: University of Kansas
>Keywords: 200409172031.i8HKVbnJ010293

Hi Donna,

>We are not receiving CRAFT data again.  The last file we received was
>Sept. 10.  I don't know if something happened then that I don't know
>about.  I don't see anything obviously wrong at this point.

What is the name of the machine you are running the LDM on?  The reason
I ask, is that I assumed that it would have 'ku.edu' or 'ukan.edu' or
something similar in it.  Since I don't see real time statistics
from any machine that has a name that looks like it is from the
University of Kansas, I assume that you are either not reporting
real time statistics (by not trying to run 'rtstats' or by 'rtstats'
having exited without causing the LDM to be brought down), or your LDM
is not running.

Can let me know the name of your LDM machine and do the following
on it:

<login as 'ldm'>

- check to see if the LDM is running:

ps -u ldm

- if the LDM is apparently running, check to see if 'rtsats' is runnning
  (look through the listing from 'ps -u ldm' and see if it is among
  the processes)

- if the LDM is not running, it should be started.  If it seems to be
  running, but 'rtstats' is not running, I recommend stopping and
  restarting it:

ldmadmin stop
ldmadmin start

If the LDM terminated or is in an inconsistent state, you may be forced
to delete and remake your LDM queue:

ldmadmin stop
ldmadmin delqueue
ldmadmin mkqueue -f
ldmadmin start


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