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[LDM #LNE-454384]: Problem runing ldm 6.10.1 on RHEL 5



Hsie,

> I recompile the package from the beginning.
> 
> This time I get more output:
> 
> squall:[77]% bin/ldmd -l-
> Oct 25 19:25:02 ldmd[6961] NOTE: Starting Up (version: 6.10.1; built:
> Oct 25 2011 13:22:39)
...
> Oct 25 19:25:09 ldmd[6961] NOTE: child 6965 terminated by signal 6:
> pqsurf
> Oct 25 19:25:09 ldmd[6961] NOTE: Killing (SIGTERM) process group
> Oct 25 19:25:09 seabreeze.al.noaa.gov[6968] NOTE: Exiting
> Oct 25 19:25:09 seabreeze.al.noaa.gov[6983] NOTE: Exiting
> Oct 25 19:25:09 seabreeze.al.noaa.gov[6971] NOTE: Exiting
> Oct 25 19:25:09 seabreeze.al.noaa.gov[6981] NOTE: Exiting
> Oct 25 19:25:09 seabreeze.al.noaa.gov[6980] NOTE: Exiting
> Oct 25 19:25:09 seabreeze.al.noaa.gov[6977] NOTE: Exiting
> Oct 25 19:25:09 seabreeze.al.noaa.gov[6974] NOTE: Exiting
> Oct 25 19:25:09 pqmon NOTE: Exiting
> Oct 25 19:25:09 ldmd[6961] NOTE: child 6962 terminated by signal 15:
> xcd_run MONITOR
> Oct 25 19:25:09 ldmd[6961] NOTE: child 6967 exited with status 1: pqmon
> -i 600
> Oct 25 19:25:09 seabreeze.al.noaa.gov[6976] NOTE: Exiting
> Oct 25 19:25:09 ldmd[6961] NOTE: Exiting
> Oct 25 19:25:09 ldmd[6961] NOTE: Terminating process group
> squall:[78]% ps -u ldm
> PID TTY          TIME CMD
> 3595 ?        00:00:00 sshd
> 3596 pts/1    00:00:00 tcsh
> 3731 ?        00:00:00 sshd
> 3732 pts/2    00:00:00 tcsh
> 3786 ?        00:00:01 sshd
> 3787 pts/3    00:00:00 tcsh
> 7026 pts/3    00:00:00 ps
> squall:[79]%

The LDM system will terminate like this if one of the processes started by an 
EXEC entry in the LDM configuration-file, ldmd.conf, terminates abnormally. In 
this case, the pqsurf(1) process terminated due to signal 6.

Do you need a pqsurf(1) process? Very few sites do.
 
> But ldmd still will not run???
> 
> Hsie

Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
===================
Ticket ID: LNE-454384
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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