Hi Brian, > >To: address@hidden > >From: Brian Olsen <address@hidden> > >Subject: LDM troubles > >Organization: MesoWest/University of Utah > >Keywords: 200507271854.j6RIs8jo008940 > > I attended the LDM workshop last week and installed LDM on my home box. > > I can see data coming into the product queue from viewing 'ldmadmin watch': > Jul 27 18:49:18 pqutil INFO: 135 20050727184918.152 IDS|DDPLUS 115295953 > SAUS46 KLOX 271849 /pMTRCQT > Jul 27 18:49:30 pqutil INFO: 280 20050727184930.444 IDS|DDPLUS 115296131 > FXUS56 KMTR 271849 /pMVF001 > Jul 27 18:50:05 pqutil INFO: 130 20050727185003.825 IDS|DDPLUS 115296480 > SAUS45 KGGW 271849 /pMTRJDN > Jul 27 18:50:49 pqutil INFO: 117 20050727185048.646 IDS|DDPLUS 115297201 > NZUS99 KMTR 271850 /pHRRSFD > Jul 27 18:50:59 pqutil INFO: 101 20050727185057.981 IDS|DDPLUS 115297321 > NZUS99 KMTR 271850 /pHRROKL > > The ldmd.conf file contains: > EXEC "pqact" > > The pqact.conf file contains: > DDPLUS "MTR(...)" > FILE -overwrite -close -flush /home/ldm/data/ldm/\1/MTR\1 > > ...and nothing is being written to /home/ldm/data/ldm > > ideas? I don't think the patterns in the pqact(1) configuration can be surrounded by quotes. (It would be nice if they could, because then I could eliminate the requirement that the fields be separated by tabs.) Also, the pattern "MTR..." seems odd because it will match "MTR 27" in your above examples -- and it seems odd to create a directory and file with a blank in the name. Is that truely what you want? Is there a "Starting Up" message from the pqact(1) process in the logfile? Are there any error in the logfile related to pqact(1)? Does the pqact(1) configuration-file have tabs in the following positions: DDPLUS MTR(...) ^ FILE -overwrite -close -flush /home/ldm/data/ldm/\1/MTR\1 ^ ^ ^ Incidentally, the current working directory of the pqact(1) process is "/home/ldm", so you could change the above to DDPLUS MTR(...) FILE -overwrite -close -flush data/ldm/\1/MTR\1 Does the command "ldmadmin pqactcheck" terminate successfully? > --Brian Olsen > MesoWest/UUtah Regards, Steve Emmerson > NOTE: All email exchanges with Unidata User Support are recorded in the > Unidata inquiry tracking system and then made publicly available > through the web. If you do not want to have your interactions made > available in this way, you must let us know in each email you send to us.
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