Steven, >Date: Sat, 18 Sep 2004 14:43:52 -0500 >From: "Steven Danz" <address@hidden> >Organization: Aviation Weather Center >To: Steven Danz <address@hidden> >Subject: Re: 20040917: Possible pqact issue in LDM? > Keywords: 200409142045.i8EKjBnJ016694 LDM-6 ldmadmin pqact.conf The above message contained the following: > This morning I restarted pqact with the -v so I could see a log of all > the products it was receiving. Then, when I got the notice from the > monitoring software that a product wasn't reported, I jumped on, > saved the queue and the pqact.log and looked around some more. > > Something is really off.... of course the missing product does not > show up in the pqact log. But when I compare the products from > the pqcat listing of the queue around that time, pqact is missing seeing > about 45 other products. So it seems to be more than just a timestamp > issue, its like pqact is just skipping chunks of the products in the queue. Be careful interpreting the log messages from pqact(1) and pqcat(1). The product-queue is sorted by data-product insertion-time, but the times printed by pqcat(1) and pqact(1) are the data-product creation-time. It's possible for a data-product to have an insertion-time that is minutes off from it's creation-time (usually the insertion-time is later, but clocks can be off). More Monday. Regards, Steve Emmerson
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