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20051113: LDM 6.4.3 curiosity



>From: Gilbert Sebenste <address@hidden>
>Organization: NIU
>Keywords: 200511140002.jAE0297s026598 LDM ldmadmin

Gilbert,

>Consider the following, pointed at the correct binary.
>
>/home/sebenste% ldmadmin watch
>Nov 13 23:58:40 UTC weather.admin.niu.edu : There is no LDM server running
>/home/sebenste% which ldmadmin
>/home/ldm/bin/ldmadmin
>/home/sebenste% which ldmadmin
>/home/ldm/bin/ldmadmin
>/home/sebenste% ldmadmin watch
>Nov 13 23:58:56 UTC weather.admin.niu.edu : There is no LDM server running
>/home/sebenste% su - ldm
>Password:
>weather-niu ldm-1$ ldmadmin watch
>(Type ^D when finished)
>Nov 13 23:59:12 pqutil INFO:     2217 20051113235907.277 NNEXRAD 58173203 
>SDUS50 PHFO 132355 /pN0RHWA
>Nov 13 23:59:12 pqutil INFO:     6389 20051113235907.409     HDS 58173212 
>SDUS81 KALY 132353 /pDPAENX
>Nov 13 23:59:12 pqutil INFO:      117 20051113235909.637 IDS|DDPLUS 
>58173240  CXUS61 KBUF 132358 /pSCDROC
>Nov 13 23:59:12 pqutil INFO:      149 20051113235909.637     HDS 58173241 
>NXUS62 KFFC 132358 /pGSMFFC
>^C
>weather-niu ldm-2$
>
>Hmmm. Doesn't work with my account but does with LDM. I don't know if this 
>is a Fedora Core thing, or an LDM thing, but it has always worked with my 
>username (sebenste) account.

'ldmadmin watch' first determines if there is an LDM running by:

- reading the ldmd.pid file in $LDMHOME

- sends a 'kill -0' signal to the process id read from ldmd.pid

You should be able to run 'ldmadmin watch' _if_ you define LDMHOME
in your login session.

>Would be convenient so that I could monitor it without switching
>account names.

I just tried running 'ldmadmin watch' from the 'mcidas' account on
weather3, and it works fine _because_ LDMHOME was defined.

Cheers,

Tom
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