Wenwu, > Here are some more info: The files have been gzipped before they send > into ldm queue. If we see a crashed file, we can manually send > the original gzipped file into ldm client server by ftp and it displays > correctly on web. Interesting. The two files differ by only one bit in 5,291,952 bits: $ cmp -l 24HGAUGE.20060724.0800.gz.* 599081 355 357 Also, you said that only a very small fraction of the files are affected this way. Such a low error-rate makes me suspect your hardware: memory, disk, communications system, etc. I suggest deleting and recreating the LDM product-queue or using a different computer. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: QOQ-440372 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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