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[LDM #BUA-343681]: LDM usage



Karen,

> I'm setting up a single system to request all of the data as a first
> stepto determine what it's going to look at, then feeding it back out
> will be another step.  I imagine it will also reliee the load a bit on
> some of the systems that are sending data out, since they will only send
> one copy -- not have to serve the same data out to multiple systems.
> For instance, some of our reflectivity data ends up being sent to 4-5
> systems for various processing.    I'll just have to see how well this
> scales.
> 
> I'm not planning on using a pqact at all for this -- just having a big
> queue in ramdisk to keep the data flowing.

We've learned that a relay-only LDM with sufficient memory is extremely 
efficient -- especially if the product-queue file is in a ramdisk partition.  
Some of our relay-only LDM-s send to over a hundred downstream LDM-s.

>  Right now it's a mess with
> things pointing every which-way and configuration is sort of a nightmare.
> 
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> There are 2 kinds of people in the world:
> 
> 1) Those who can extrapolate from incomplete data.
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> Phone:  405-325-6982
> Cell: 405-834-8559
> INDUS Corporation
> National Severe Storms Laboratory

Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: BUA-343681
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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