Gilbert, > BTW, I see this when I typoe "ldmadmin" in 184.108.40.206: > > options: > -v Turn on verbose mode > -x Turn on debug mode (includes verbose mode) > -c Clobber an exisiting product queue > -m maxLatency Conditional data-request temporal-offset > -o offset Unconditional data-request temporal-offset > -q q_path Specify a product queue path > LDM Default: /dev/shm/ldm.pq > pqsurf Default: /dev/shm/pqsurf.pq > > Shouldn't that be "-Q" instead of "-q"? Possibly. The "ldmadmin" script uses the context of the particular command to interpret the "-q" option, however. So for "ldmadmin mkqueue", the "-q" option specifies the regular product-queue but for "ldmadmin mksurfqueue" it specifies the "pqsurf" output queue. I'll grant that the point is arguable. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: QLM-179324 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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