Greg, What type of OS is running on ingest? My first suspect for a problem occurring at :45 after is cron. Assuming linux, look in /etc/*cron*, probably mrtg or the like... mike > Greg, > > > Our problems continue with LDM and our server hanging/ Today the > > load reached 6.o and ssh logins weren't working. ldm services had the > > top 3 in the "TOP" command list. > > What was the CPU usage of the LDM processes? > > > We rebooted the machine. For odd > > reasons, ldm is also not auto restarting when the machine comes up - I > > had to delete the ldmd.pid file and the queue before I could restart. > > That makes sense. If the file "ldmd.pid" exists, then another LDM > is likely running. An "ldmadmin clean" removes this file. > > > The last item in the ldmd.log file before the problem was: > > > > Oct 22 22:17:17 ingest usgodae3.fnmoc.navy.mil WARN: Future > > product from "usgodae3.fnmoc.navy.mil". Fix local or ingest clock. > > 73413 20071022221801.297 FNMOC 000 > > US058GMET-GR1mdl.0058_0240_00000F0OF2007102218_0105_000100-000000wnd_ucmp > > Either your clock is slow or the clock on usgodae3 is fast, or both. > In any case, they should be fixed. > > > Any ideas how ldm could get so busy? The problem occurred at ~1645 this > > afternoon. When this problem occurs it always seem to be at :45. . . > > The only thing I can think of is that a bunch of data arrives at that > time. Is a bunch of data being created on usgodae3 at that time? > > > Greg > > > > ~~N~A~T~I~O~N~A~L~~C~E~N~T~E~R~~F~O~R~~A~T~M~O~S~.~~R~E~S~E~A~R~C~H > > Greg Stossmeister e-mail: address@hidden > > NCAR/EOL phone: (303)497-8692 > > P.O. Box 3000 web: http://www.eol.ucar.edu > > Boulder, CO 80307-3000 > > ~~~~~~~~E~A~R~T~H~~~O~B~S~E~R~V~I~N~G~~~L~A~B~O~R~A~T~O~R~Y~~~~~~~~ > > > Regards, > Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: XDI-772585 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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