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[TIGGE #YZT-357848]: queue size and pqmon


> I have run pqact as suggested and first lines show a TS_ENDT that has an
> old timestamp. The rest are recent products:
> address@hidden:~/etc> head out
> Nov 02 15:06:00 pqact[3424] NOTE: Starting Up
> Nov 02 15:06:01 pqact[3424] INFO: Successfully read configuration-file
> "/usr/local/ldm/etc/pqact.conf"
> Nov 02 15:06:01 pqact[3424] INFO: 20061003171505.977 TS_ENDT {{ANY,  ".*"}}
> Nov 02 15:06:01 pqact[3424] INFO:        0 20061102150601.020     ANY
> 000  _BEGIN_

I made a mistake.  I should have told you to execute the pqcat(1)
utility instead of the pqact(1) utility.  It appears, however, that
we got the needed information.  I recommend that you verify the
information with pqcat(1), however.

Use the pqexpire(1) utility to remove the old data-product:

    pqexpire -vl- -i 0 -a 86400

The above command go through the queue once and remove any data-
product that is older than one day.

Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
Ticket ID: YZT-357848
Department: Support IDD TIGGE
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed

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