Gilbert, > I set up the crontab job to run at :05 after the hour after restarting the > LDM at the top of the hour at 16Z. Here's what got logged: > > May 01 16:04:39 www pqsurf INFO: del 7993ed022b14f81857b550e8a961d6df > 58 20070501150412.918 IDS|DDPLUS > 999001 aaxx 91756 011300 RRJ > May 01 16:04:39 www pqsurf INFO: del d8063afb0190ac3e2925806c73df7cfb > 158 20070501150412.969 IDS|DDPLUS 999001 metar NSTU 011500 > May 01 16:04:39 www pqsurf INFO: del 0c333596870a073500a01c889338d479 > 63 20070501150413.127 IDS|DDPLUS 999001 metar NSFA 011500 > May 01 16:04:39 www pqsurf INFO: del 9eafd9a4e0980a77bb3e22c4a895194d > 58 20070501150416.521 IDS|DDPLUS 999001 aaxx 91611 011300 RRI > May 01 16:05:09 www pqsurf INFO: 120995 20070501160502.564 > IDS|DDPLUS 000 SAUS80 KWBC 011605 The last log message indicates that the "pqsurf" did identifier a data-product to split up and insert into the private "pqsurf" product-queue. If you look at the private "pqsurf" product-queue with, for example, the command pqcat -vl- -f 'IDS|DDPLUS' -p ... 2>/dev/null can you tell if the components of the SAUS80 data-products are there? Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: RZI-325369 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: On Hold
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