Scott, > What I don't understand is why there are 93 connections. There are roughly 8 > servers that connect to this server to get data. Yes, this is a fairly beefy > server that acts as the central focal point for receiving and processing data. You can use the netstat(1) utility to examine the number and state of LDM connections. See <http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/software/ldm/ldm-6.4.6/basics/monitoring.html#netstat>. Some netstat(1)s have an option that causes the process-id to also be printed. You can determine the outgoing LDM connections via the command cd $HOME/logs && grep -Fi 'Starting Up' `ls -rt ldmd.log*` > I did install the latest version and when I changed the runtime link to the > new > install, it made me delete my queue (said the old one was corrupt). So I > deleted > the queue with the old ldmadmin, and remade the queue with the new ldmadmin. > When I started ldm up, however, I was able to connect to the systems that feed > me, but all my downstream servers were receiving this error (fetch is the > hostname of the LDM server in question): > > Oct 24 18:17:07 arhdata fetch1: FEEDME(fetch1.ops.nwsar.gov): 12: > h_clnt_create(fetch1.ops.nwsar.gov): Connection refused The "FEEDME(fetch1.ops.nwsar.gov)..." error-message is an LDM 5 one. Are the downstream LDM-s really that old? Would you please send me the LDM configuration-file on host "fetch1" so that I can see how it is allowing the downstream LDM-s to connect? > In order to put the system back on 6.3.0, I had to use the updated ldmadmin to > delete the queue, change the runtime link and remake the queue. If you can > tell > me why it failed to work the first time around, I'll gladly change the links > again. > > Thanks, > Scott Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: SVU-966060 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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