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20050412: broken pipe error while compiling LDM 6.3.0 using GCC on Solaris 8



Angelo,

>Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2005 09:46:13 -1000
>From: "Alvarez, Angelo CIV NAVPACMETOCCEN JTWC" <address@hidden>
>Organization: NAVPACMETOCCEN/JTWC
>To: "Steve Emmerson" <address@hidden>
>Subject: RE: 20050412: broken pipe error while compiling LDM 6.3.0 using GCC 
>on Solaris 8 
>200504120327.j3C3R8v2018859 LDM 6.3.0 pipe

The above message contained the following:

> I modified the path and put /usr/ccs/bin before 
> /usr/local/bin:PATH=/h/ldm/bin:/h/ldm/util:/h/ldm/decoders:/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/ccs/bin:/usr/local/bin
>
> I did a 'make distclean', './configure --disable-max-size', and then
> 'make' and it worked!

Good thinking.

I suspect that you weren't using the /usr/ccs/bin/make utility and the
one you were using is broken.

> Thanks a bunch!!
> 
> I did pqcheck/pqcheck:
> niihau% pqcheck/pqcheck
> Apr 12 19:29:53 pqcheck: Starting Up (8529)
> Apr 12 19:29:53 pqcheck: Product-queue "/h/ldm/data/ldm.pq" doesn't have a 
> writer-counter
> Apr 12 19:29:53 pqcheck: Exiting
> 
> Does this mean that the queue is incompatible and needs to be deleted and 
> then recreated??

What version of the LDM created the product-queue?  If it was version
6.0.15 or earlier, then the product-queue is OK but you'll have to add a 
writer-counter by executing the command "pqcheck -F".  A subsequent
"pqcheck -v" should then show that the writer-counter is zero.

> v/r
> angelo
> 
> Angelo Alvarez
> System Administrator
> NAVPACMETOCCEN/JTWC
> https://www.npmoc.navy.mil
> email: address@hidden
> phone: 808.471.3645

Regards,
Steve Emmerson


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