Evan, > The "ldmadmin delqueue" and "ldmadmin mkqueue" command sequence fixed > the problem. Thank you. You're most welcome. > Also, the log files are being written correctly now. Apparently the logs > were empty due to my repeated attempts at restarting the LDM with the > inconsistent product queue. The variable "$log_rotate" must be "1" (the default) in the file "$HOME/etc/ldmadmin-pl.conf". If you don't want to create a new log file every time the LDM is started, then you can set this variable to zero. Good luck. > Best regards, > Evan > Unidata LDM Support wrote: > > Evan, > > > > > >> My LDM recently went down and now when I attempt to restart, I get an > >> error I've never seen before: > >> > >> "The self-consistency of the product-queue could not be determined. See > >> the logfile for details." > >> > >> A Google search didn't come up with anything either. My logs files > >> appear to be empty as well. Can you help me solve this? > >> > >> Many thanks, > >> Evan > >> > > > > It's possible that your system crashed, leaving the LDM product-queue in an > > inconsistent state. The solution to that would be to delete the queue with > > the command "ldmadmin delqueue" and then recreate it with the command > > "ldmadmin mkqueue". > > > > The lack of logging is serious because logging must work in order to > > troubleshoot the LDM system. Please send me the output from the following > > commands: > > > > uname -a > > grep SELINUX /etc/selinux/config > > ps -ef | grep syslog > > grep local /etc/syslog*.conf > > ls -l $HOME/bin/hupsyslog $HOME/bin/rpc.ldmd > > > > Regards, > > Steve Emmerson > > > > Ticket Details > > =================== > > Ticket ID: GDD-361197 > > Department: Support LDM > > Priority: Normal > > Status: Closed > > > > > > Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: GDD-361197 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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