Charlie, > Yes, We run LDM, and send files to itself("localhost"). The user is > "niceadm",Âwe installed LDM via this account. The OS isÂRHEL 5 andÂcommand > is > > ./ldmsend FILENAME > > Our serverÂis a stand-alone server and thereÂare only two users on it(root > and niceadm).Â Does ldmsend(1) ever successfully send a file that is smaller than 4 kilobytes? You can put the receiving LDM process in verbose logging mode to verify this by sending the process a USR2 signal (send it 2 more such signals to return it to the original logging level). Is there an entry in the pqact(1) configuration-file that will match the incoming file? If that entry is FILE or STDIOFILE, does it use the "-close" or "-flush" option? LDM-4 is very old, so I'm not sure that I'll be able to diagnose the problem. > Thanks for your kindly help! > > Best Regards, > > Charlie Chang Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: MIY-342905 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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