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[IDD #QBL-783661]: split LDM REQUEST for CONDUIT feed

Hi Rick,

> Can you send me the link you were using? 

One gets to the real-time statistics plots for sites reporting LDM/IDD
statistics back to us as follows:

Unidata HomePage

  Data -> IDD Operational Status

    Real-Time IDD Statistics -> Statistics by Host

Scroll down in the last page to find the machine(s) you are interested in.

By the way, I see that the latencies for CONDUIT being reported by npserv2
had a dramatic drop:


Compare this to a randomly chosen real-server backend for the 


I am assuming that the drop in latencies being reported by npserv2 are a result
of you making the 5-way REQUEST split active.


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Ticket Details
Ticket ID: QBL-783661
Department: Support IDD
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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