Paul, > Like the old saying goes, build something idiot proof and someone will create > a better idiot. Much to my dismay I have become the better idiot in this case. > > I have been monitoring the queues on our LDAD and ARPS boxes all week and > neither of the queues budged all week. Today I discovered I was making the > queue grow by the way I was invoking the pqcat command to look for grb2 files > in the queue. I was attempting to look at the number of grb2 files in the > queue by executing the command: > > pqcat -v -p grb2 ldm.pq > > I was seeing the output I wanted to see as far as just filtering the grb2 > files though I was not aware that this version of the command was actually > writing back into the queue. My sincere apologies to all of you for wasting > your time on this particular matter. That explains the growing product queue. Don't feel bad. I've made much bigger mistakes. > We are still seeing the latency issues and I continue to gather the > information you recently requested. > > Again my apologies, > > Paul Wahner > Spaceflight Meteorology Group > Johnson Space Center > Houston, TX > 281-244-6409 Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: NGQ-500529 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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