Susan, > HEre are two txt files that show the results from oldserver and newserver. OK. The output shows that the two LDM-s are getting data. Now I'd like to know if they're getting the right data. If so, then the problem lies with pqact(1) rather than with the LDM. Would you please execute the following command on both the old and new systems as the LDM user and send me the output: for feedtype in WMO MCIDAS FSL2 NLDN NMC3 NEXRAD; do echo $feedtype pqcat -l- -i0 -o7200 -f$feedtype >/dev/null done The above assumes a standard user shell. You'll have to adjust it if you use a csh(1)-like shell. Depending on the size of your product-queue, then command might take a few minutes to run. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: DXJ-975558 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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