>To: address@hidden >From: Jim Wright <address@hidden> >Subject: Re: 20040504: huge product queues >Organization: UNAVCO >Keywords: 200405112015.i4BKFctK015999 Hi Jim, > Hi Russ, I've recently been hired as the "Data Flow/Archive Software > Engineer" for the Plate Boundary Observatory at UNAVCO. One of my > responsibilities is to retrieve data from a network of 1100 GPS sites > and then pass it on to archive centers. I am investigating the use of > LDM as a key component for this. > > http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/packages/ldm/huge-queues.html states: > > In general you cannot mix 64-bit LDM programs built for use with huge > product queues with 32-bit LDM programs built for queues limited > to 2 Gbytes in size. The formats of the two kinds of queues are > incompatible. > > I read that to mean that all programs built and operating locally on a > server must be compatible. It imposes no restriction on instances of LDM > operating on different servers (other than the potential problem of the > "small" server overflowing). Specifically, can a 64-bit installation > of LDM interoperate over the network with a 32-bit installation of LDM? Yes. You have interpreted the above note correctly to apply only to the programs running on a single host, operating on a shared product queue. --Russ
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