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[LDM #HPG-503521]: RE: LDM server dying



Paul,

Would you please send me the LDM log entries around the time of the
problem, the LDM configuration-file (etc/ldmd.conf), and any "pqact"
configuration-file (etc/pqact.conf) that might be relevant.

Regards,
Steve Emmerson
LDM Developer

> Jay,
>
> My DVB reader software is 1.0.8 and my LDM is 6.2.1. Both very old I
> know, actually the they are the versions released with the original
> change to DVB. In so much as this software is very old and an upgrade is
> in order, because of configuration management rules I cannot just
> upgrade software at will. Even as much as I would like to.
> 
> With that said I have a hard time believing it is just related to aged
> software when I've been running the same for the last two plus years
> with no issues like this before.
> 
> One thing I did find out since my original email. When I commented out
> two of the four channels I receive I was finally able to get through a
> model run with out the ldm dying.
> 
> Paul Wahner
> MIDDS Systems Engineer/ Meteorologist
> CSR 4500, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station
> address@hidden
> (Com) 321.853.8184 (Fax) 321.853.8291
> (DSN) 467.8184
> 
> 
> 
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: McIDAS Help Desk [mailto:address@hidden
> > Sent: Friday, November 30, 2007 12:14 PM
> > To: Wahner, Paul Ctr CSR 4500
> > Subject: Re: LDM server dying
> >
> > Hi Paul-
> >
> > I went thru our inquiry system and couldn't find any info
> > about LDM just dying.  I just found inquiries where LDM lost
> > dataflow and needed to be restarted often, or LDM crashed,
> > but had problems on restarting.
> >
> > Do you have the most recent DVB reader software?  We don't
> > have it on our website yet (we are working on getting it
> > there), but the last version is 1.3.0
> > (noaaport-1.3.0.tar.gz).  We were also wondering what version
> > of LDM that you have?  We are running 6.6.5 at this time.
> >
> > The Data Center has not reported any of our LDM's dying
> > recently.  Have you contacted Unidata about this?  That might
> > be the best course of action since we don't have any record
> > of this type of LDM behavior.
> >
> > Thanks, Jay
> >
> > Wahner, Paul Ctr CSR 4500 wrote:
> >
> >     I have two DVB ingestor boxes each feeding an XCD
> > server via LDM. Yesterday I had two cases where LDM on my DVB
> > boxes died. One at 15:41:28 and the other at 19:11:44. I was
> > wondering if you have see or anyone else has reported this behavior.
> >
> >     I've experienced other weird behavior with my model
> > grids this week in that a model run just won't come in. I
> > talked with Rosie two days ago and she said you all were
> > missing the same model run.
> >
> >     The LDM server issue is much more critical for me
> > because I loose all my data. I've attached a couple of log
> > files with messages around the time they failed.
> >
> >     Let me know if you have any insights. Thanks!
> >     <<messages.txt>> <<ldmd.txt>>
> >
> >     Paul Wahner
> >     MIDDS Systems Engineer/ Meteorologist
> >     CSR 4500, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station
> >     address@hidden
> >     (Com) 321.853.8184 (Fax) 321.853.8291
> >     (DSN) 467.8184



Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
===================
Ticket ID: HPG-503521
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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