Susan, > I recently compiled and installed LDM onto a new Mac running 10.7.2. I am not > getting all of the products on the new server that are being written to the > old server, although I using pretty much the same ldmd.conf and pqacts, etc. > At first I thought it was because I was cheating and using an old GEMPAK, but > I compiled and installed the new GEMPAK and no change (Except for "Jason's" > directory.) I've looked it over backwards and forwards and can't tell why I'm > not getting the same data. Can it be the LDM install only partly worked? > > The old server gets these processed: acft drops logs ncon > profiler_bufr ship surface upperair > airm images model nexrad rdf ship6hr syn > csig isig mos profiler scd storm taf > New server only gets these: images, nexrad, nwx Please send me a list of the FEEDTYPES received by the old server and a list of the FEEDTYPES received by the new server. > Attaching some log files from the install. I didn't notice anything untoward in either the "configure.log" file or in the "make.log" file. First, please verify that the new LDM's product-queue doesn't contain any of the missing data-products via the command "pqcat -vl- -f <feedtype> -o 7200 >/dev/null" -- after replacing <feedtype> with an expression for the feedtypes not received by the new LDM. If the new LDM's product-queue doesn't contain any data-products of the missing feedtypes, then please send me the relevant ALLOW entries from the upstream LDM's configuration-file and the relevant REQUEST entries from the new LDM's configuration-file. > ANY help greatly appreciated :) > -sj > > Susan Jane Curtis > Computer Consultant > Department Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences > NC State University > 3150 Jordan Hall - Box 8208 > Raleigh NC 27695 > 919.515.2609 Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: DXJ-975558 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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