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[Support #SPJ-206476]: LDM 6.5.1 question



Carl,

> We¹ve been using LDM v.6.5.1 for awhile now ‹ I¹m curious if something 
> has
> changed since 6.4.x with regards to how LDM requests and transfers data.  I
> wouldn¹t expect a change, so maybe you can explain what I¹m seeing:
> 
> In the ldmadmin script, this entry exists: rpc.ldmd ­o 120   --- so we don¹t
> request any data older than 120 seconds old.  After a restart with a newly
> created queue, here¹s what I¹m seeing:
> 
> address@hidden KDIX]$ date -u
> Sat Mar 17 02:29:30 UTC 2007
> address@hidden KDIX]$ ls -last | more
> total 442800
> 252 -rw-rw-r--    1 ldm ldm  253952 Mar 16 21:28 20070317015031.bz2
> 80 drwxrwxr-x    2 ldm ldm   77824 Mar 16 21:28 ./
> 0 -rw-rw-r--    1 ldm ldm       0 Mar 16 21:28 20070317022500.bz2
> 252 -rw-rw-r--    1 ldm ldm  262144 Mar 16 21:27 20070317014447.bz2
> 0 -rw-rw-r--    1 ldm ldm       0 Mar 16 21:27 20070317021915.bz2
> 252 -rw-rw-r--    1 ldm ldm  262144 Mar 16 21:27 20070317013901.bz2
> 260 -rw-rw-r--    1 ldm ldm  262144 Mar 16 21:26 20070317013316.bz2
> 
> Why would the 01:50:31 file even show up when the time is 02:29:30?  Also,
> the pqact.conf.state file was deleted before LDM was started...

Because you started with an empty queue, the first delivered product
should be the oldest one in the upstream queue that was inserted
there no earlier than 150 seconds before 02:29:30 UTC (150 seconds =
120 seconds + 30 seconds of "slop").  It could be that the product
in question arrived late at the upstream LDM -- although it should
have been filtered-out by the "from" time in the product-class
and should not have been sent.

Unfortunately, comparing the times encoded in product-identifiers
with the times in log messages is difficult because the two times
have different origins and don't need to correspond.

I just tried the command "ldmadmin -v -o 300" on the latest version
of the LDM and it performed correctly according to the log file.

Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: SPJ-206476
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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