Justin, > Here at NCEP we are trying to run 2 LDMs on a single node of our > supercomputer. The LDMs are the same version, 6.7.0, but they are stored > on separate disk partitions and run by different users. > > Our system administrators have created a virtual IP on the node as > suggested on the "Running Multiple LDM-s" page > (http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/software/ldm/ldm-current/basics/multiple_ldms.html). > But when I try to start the second LDM it fails saying that an LDM is > already running. > > $ ldmadmin start -v > Aug 25 20:16:32 UTC c2n5.ncep.noaa.gov > : start_ldm: There is another server running, start aborted > > I looked at ldmadmin and see it does an ldmping to itself > > $ ldmping -l- -i 0 > Aug 25 20:12:26 INFO: State Elapsed Port Remote_Host > rpc_stat > Aug 25 20:12:26 INFO: Resolving localhost to 127.0.0.1 took 0.010277 seconds > Aug 25 20:12:26 INFO: RESPONDING 0.012611 388 localhost > > So that explains the failure. How do we get around this? I put the > virtual IP in the $LDMHOME/etc/ldmadmin-pl.conf file where you are > allowed to place an assignment to ip_addr. I also changed the logging to > write to local2 but of course we never get that far. > Both of our LDMs need to run on the c2n5 node. > > Any suggestions? Try this: in the installed ldmadmin(1) script, change my($cmd_line) = "ldmping -l- -i 0"; to my($cmd_line) = "ldmping -l- -i 0"; $cmd_line = $cmd_line . " -h $ip_addr" if $ip_addr ne "0.0.0.0"; Let me know if that works. > Thanks, > > Justin Cooke Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: LRI-737107 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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