Stonie, You need to close the queue (eg call pq_close in your atexit routine) when you are finished writing so that when the LDM is restarted, the queue counter is properly decremented. Otherwise, the ldm will assume that the state is not clean. Without calling pq_close, you would have to reset the counter with pqcheck -F to avoid remaking the queue. Steve Chiswell Unidata User Support On Tue, 2004-09-14 at 12:47, Stonie Cooper wrote: > Steve and Steve, > > Ported our stuff to 6.1.0, and I have noticed something bothersome. > > If I do an ldmadmin stop, and then an ldmadmin start . . . the ldmadmin start > always comes up with "The product-queue is corrupt." So, I do the ldmadmin > delqueue && ldmadmin mkqueue . . . and we're back running - just inconvenient > to have to rebuild the queue every time. > > Is this normal?
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