Jackie and Brice, >Date: Fri, 03 Feb 2006 12:08:33 -0500 >From: "Petit, Jackie" <address@hidden> >Organization: Lockheed-Martin Space Operations >To: Steve Emmerson <address@hidden>, >To: "Biggerstaff, Brice A9" <address@hidden> >Subject: RE: RSA Comm Test (Weather - JSC) LDM Troubleshooting The above message contained the following: > Is this correct (there was nothing after the "OK")? JACKIE: That is > correct. > > If so, then either 1) the product-queue on "rsaintrf" didn't have any > data-products that were created during the last hour; or 2) some very > unusual IP-packet filtering is going on. JACKIE: I've heard the > comment that they do not customarily send data products to us. We've > already proven that some products get to us but the reverse has not > worked. Please forgive me, but I'm not sure what you mean by "customarily". To me, the transmission of data-products isn't a matter of custom; it's a matter of whether or not 1. Relevant data-products are being inserted into the LDM product-queue on "rsaintrf" (I don't know); 2. The LDM configuration-file allows "ftpsvr" to request the relevant data-products (apparently, it does); 3. The LDM on "ftpserver" requests the relevant data-products (apparently, it does); and 4. No IP-filtering is occurring that would prevent the data-products from being transmitted (I don't know). The same holds true for "rsaintrf" receiving data-products from "ftpsvr". Brice, would you please verify that the relevant data-products are being inserted into the product-queue on "rsaintrf" by executing the command "ldmadmin watch -f EXP" on that host as the LDM user. I'm also waiting for the output from the command notifyme -vl- -h ftpsvr.er-rsaiia-unc.int -o 3600 Jackie, would you also please execute the "ldmadmin watch -f EXP" command on "ftpsvr" as the LDM user. > I take it, however, that "ftpsvr" still isn't receiving data-products > from "rsaintrf"? JACKIE: That is correct. See comment above. Regards, Steve Emmerson
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