Jennie, > You can be ldm > You can see the system name from the configure.log file > Wierd that running configure ... > with the ellipsis (sic?) as the options would work?! > > If you need it, root follows ldm in the next message. I built and installed the LDM. It receives data, but doesn't do any logging because the "selinux" variable in the file /etc/selinux/config was set to "enabled", which prevents the LDM from logging. I've set that variable to "disabled", but you'll have to reboot the operating-system in order for it to take effect. Some other things you'll have to do: 0. Edit the "ldmadmin" configuration-file, etc/ldmadmin-pl.conf to set the size of the LDM product-queue and number of slots. 1. Edit the LDM configuration-file, etc/ldmd.conf, to request the data that you want. 2. Edit the "pqact" configuration file, etc/pqact.conf, to process the data. 3. Edit the "scour" configuration file, etc/scour.conf, to remove excess data files. 4. Vet the LDM user's crontab entries (crontab -l). All this stuff is covered under the "LDM Reference" link (and, probably, some stuff I'm forgetting :-). Contact me, however, if you have any questions. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: TKB-237627 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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