Lou, On the assumption that the answer to my previous question is "yes", then I know what the problem is. Your LDM has two identical requests for the same data to two different upstream LDM-s. Your LDM, therefore, considers these requests to be the same and a candidate for the "autoswitching" feature within the LDM, where the upstream LDM with the best connectivity is put in PRIMARY mode and the other upstream LDM is kept in reserve, so to speak, in ALTERNATE mode. Because the two upstream LDM-s have disjoint datasets, however, the autoswitching feature can actually result in a loss of data whenever a switch occurs. This also explains the "data-product with signature ... not found" log messages. The solution is to make the requests appear to differ by enclosing one of the regular expressions in parentheses. Change request NEXRAD2 ".*" 126.96.36.199 request NEXRAD2 ".*" 188.8.131.52 to request NEXRAD2 ".*" 184.108.40.206 request NEXRAD2 "(.*)" 220.127.116.11 and then restart your LDM. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: ZOC-298338 Department: Support LDM Priority: Urgent Status: Closed
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