Justin, > We are currently running LDM 220.127.116.11 on AIX 5.3 and have been for a > couple of years without any problems. However I noticed this week that > our ldm.pq file is frequently being updated, every couple of minutes > actually with a new time stamp. This behavior may have always been > occurring, we just never noticed it. All of the other systems that we > run LDM on, all of which are Linux, have not updated the ldm.pq since > their last LDM shutdown. What would cause the ldm.pq file to continually > be updated? If the new timestamp is being printed by an ls(1), then the file is being opened for writing and some bytes are being written. I can't think of anything in the LDM system that would do that. You might get a listing of the LDM user's cron(8) entries ("crontab -l") to see what is executing periodically. > Thanks, > Justin Cooke Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: PPR-218876 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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