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20040622: queuecheck



>From: Celia Chen <address@hidden>
>Organization: NCAR/RAP
>Keywords: 200406221615.i5MGFdWb026085

Celia,

>I had not used "ldmadmin queuecheck" to check the product queue until
>yesterday.  Then I found the following "product count doesn't
>match" message on all my ldm hosts. I tried to rebuild the queue
>and restart ldm but still not able to have consistent product
>count.  All my LDMs seem to be running okay with this condition.
>I am just wondering if this is really okay. 
>
>What does it mean when my product count doesn't match?

It means nothing _if_ the LDM is active when you run it.  When the LDM
is not running, a difference in the number of products tallied and
value in the queue header indicates that the queue is most likely
corrupt and should be deleted and remade.

>chisel:/home/ldm:13% ldmadmin queuecheck
>Jun 22 15:59:15 pqcat: Starting Up (19485)
>Jun 22 15:59:25 pqcat: pqcat queueSanityCheck: Product count doesn't match
>Jun 22 15:59:25 pqcat: products tallied: 50473   Value in queue: 50327
>Jun 22 15:59:25 pqcat: Exiting
>Jun 22 15:59:25 pqcat: Number of products 50473
>1.770u 6.710s 0:09.86 86.0%     0+0k 0+0io 2532274pf+0w
>chisel:/home/ldm:14%echo $status
>1
>chisel:/home/ldm:15%ldmadmin stop
>Flushing the LDM product-queue to disk...
>Stopping the LDM server...
>Waiting for the LDM to terminate
>Waiting for the LDM to terminate
>chisel:/home/ldm:16%ldmadmin delqueue
>chisel:/home/ldm:17%ldmadmin mkqueue
>0.050u 10.090s 0:26.34 38.4%    0+0k 0+0io 6880pf+0w
>chisel:/home/ldm:18%ldmadmin start
>Checking the pqact(1) configuration-file "/home/ldm/etc/pqact.conf"...
>/home/ldm/etc/pqact.conf is syntactically correct
>Starting the LDM server...
>chisel:/home/ldm:19%ldmadmin queuecheck
>Jun 22 16:05:53 pqcat: Starting Up (19630)
>Jun 22 16:05:53 pqcat: pqcat queueSanityCheck: Product count doesn't match
>Jun 22 16:05:53 pqcat: products tallied: 1878   Value in queue: 1884
>Jun 22 16:05:53 pqcat: Exiting
>Jun 22 16:05:53 pqcat: Number of products 1878

Cheers,

Tom
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