Gabe, >Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2005 09:36:09 -0400 (EDT) >From: Gabe Langbauer <address@hidden> >Organization: Ohio State University >To: Steve Emmerson <address@hidden> >Subject: I broke ldm again! The above message contained the following: > I just decided to use a smaller queue than what I had been using. I > issued a ldmadmin stop, then went in and changed the queue size in the > ldmadmin-pl.conf file and issued a ldmadmin delqueue && ldmadmin mkqueue > and got the answer: > Oct 25 13:44:51 UTC polarmet12.mps.ohio-state.edu : make_pq: mkqueue > failed No other information? It didn't say why the "mkqueue" failed? You might try creating the product-queue directly via the pqcreate(1) utility: pqcreate -v -f -s <<size>> -S <<# slots>> -q $HOME/data/ldm.pq I can't imagine this failing unless the LDM user isn't allowed to create a file in the directory. > I looked at the ldmd.log which stated: > Oct 25 13:44:51 polarmet12 ldmping ERROR: SVC_UNAVAIL 0.000660 > 0 localhost RPC: Program not registered The above is merely the output of an ldmping(1) that the ldmadmin(1) script executes to see if the LDM is running. Regards, Steve Emmerson
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