Stonie, >Date: Tue, 14 Sep 2004 18:47:09 +0000 >From: Stonie Cooper <address@hidden> >Organization: Planetary Data, Incorporated >To: Steve Emmerson <address@hidden> >Subject: The product-queue is corrupt. >Keywords: 200409141847.i8EIlInJ001311 The above message contained the following: > 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? This is very unusual. Are you doing something odd with the LDM system such as manually terminating receiving LDM processes via the command "kill -9 ..."? The next time you do an "ldmadmin stop", please send me the result of the following command: pqcheck -v The error-message you described is being printed because the above command has an exit status of 4. Regards, Steve Emmerson
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