Justin, > I did check our system but nothing in cron matches the time intervals > that this is updating at. If there is insufficent memory for the LDM > queue to be fully memory mapped how would that behavior show itself? On > our production super computer we run two cases of LDM on two different > nodes, both are showing the behavior where the ldm.pq file is updating > every several minutes. But our backup supercomputer which also running > two LDMs, both ingesting the same amount of data as production, only > shows an updated time stamp with the last restart. The production super > computer is running several other processes which may constrain memory, > I'm wondering if that would cause ldm.pq to update. I'm an idiot! I somehow through you were talking about the pqact(1) configuration-file, pqact.conf. The LDM product-queue file, ldm.pq, should be updated every time a new data-product arrives. The surprise in your case isn't that it gets updated, but that it occurs so infrequently (on average, 40 data-products are generated on the IDD every second). I suspect that either the operating system is buffering updates to the product-queue or that you're receiving a small subset (in terms of the number of products) from the IDD. > Justin Cooke Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: PPR-218876 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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