Steve, Yep - in fact I answered you the day of the announcement to thank you for pointing that out. Steve C.'s note pointed the error in my ways, and I'm back on the wagon, so to speak. Stonie On Tuesday 14 September 2004 19:11, Steve Emmerson wrote: > Stonie, > > >Date: 14 Sep 2004 12:53:05 -0600 > >From: Steve Chiswell <address@hidden> > >Organization: Planetary Data, Incorporated > >To: Stonie Cooper <address@hidden> > >Subject: Re: The product-queue is corrupt. > >Keywords: 200409141847.i8EIlInJ001311 > > The above message contained the following: > > 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. > > Do you have your own set of ingesters that are writing data-products > into the product-queue? If so, then the following Release Note is > relevant: > > All programs that open the product-queue for writing (especially LDM > ingestors) MUST be relinked against this version's new LDM library > in order for the writer-counter to work properly. FAILURE TO DO > THIS MIGHT RESULT IN INCORRECT BEHAVIOR OF THE LDM SYSTEM. > > Regards, > Steve Emmerson -- Stonie R. Cooper Planetary Data, Incorporated (402) 727-6599
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