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20050503: LDM - Binaries available?



Scott,

>Date: Tue, 03 May 2005 14:55:07 -0800
>From: "Scott Swank" <address@hidden>
>Organization: NOAA/NWS
>To: Steve Emmerson <address@hidden>
>Subject: Re: 20050429: LDM - Binaries available?
>Keywords: 200504291922.j3TJMbKx001883

The above message contained the following:

> Guess my email was a bit confusing. The ldmd.log snippet only showed the 
> product in the queue 1x, while the second part showed the script that is 
> EXEC'd being called 2x. The pqact showed the file in the queue, and the 
> pqcat is where I am downloading it from the queue.
> 
>  From the ldmd.conf file:
> ###############################################################################
> # Exec Entries - programs that share a queue with rpc.ldmd
> ###############################################################################
> #
> exec    "pqexpire -v"

The pqexpire(1) utility hasn't been necessary for years.  You'd better
remove or comment-out the above entry.

> #exec   "pqbinstats"
> exec    "pqact -v"
> #exec   "pqsurf"
> #
> ###############################################################################
> # Request Entries - LDM5 servers we ask for data
> ###############################################################################
> #
> request         EXP     "^METAR*"       fetch1.ops.nwsar.gov

The rest of the above looks OK.

> The pqact.conf file:
> ####
> #
> FSL5    ^(pabc|pahg|papd|paec|paih|pakc|pacg)(.*)
>          FILE    -overwrite /raw/radar/capstone/\1\2
> EXP     ^(METAR)
>          EXEC    -wait   /apps/datatools/runDecoder.ksh

Are all the fields in the above delimited by tabs?  I.e.,

    FSL5<tab>   ^(pabc|pahg|papd|paec|paih|pakc|pacg)(.*)
    <tab>       FILE<tab>       -overwrite<tab> /raw/radar/capstone/\1\2
    EXP<tab>    ^(METAR)
    <tab>       EXEC<tab>       -wait<tab>      /apps/datatools/runDecoder.ksh

Did you verify that only one pqact(1) process exists?

Regards,
Steve Emmerson


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