Michael, > Thanks much for the analysis and advice. I appreciate it greatly. One more > question if you don't mind. I ran netstat this morning and found several of > our field offices with upwards of 20 processes. Our western region office > alone has 83 processes active or waiting. I wrote to my contact there and > described the problem. The problem is that you think there are too many processes? > He told me that in their ldmd.conf file, they make three requests for each of > their 24 field offices accounting for 72 requests, and then they have a few > individual requests totaling 83. If I remember our training correctly, each > of those requests results in a daemon on my LDM server. Each REQUEST entry in an LDM configuration-file results in one downstream LDM on the local host and one upstream LDM on the remote host. > Western Region's LDM person seems to think that more requests like ".*" > outperforms those like "EXP|FSL2|FSL3". He is out until Monday at which time > I plan to place a call. Do I understand this correctly? I'm not sure I understand this last part. ".*" is a pattern for matching against a product's identifier and "EWXP|FSL2|FSL3" is a feedtype expression for matching against a product's feedtype. They're apples and oranges. > Thanks again, > Michael Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: VOC-356419 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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