Karen, > Well I wracked my brain, and for testing I set up another server to get the > same data sets from the upstreams, and it did not exhibit the same > problem. So, then I went back and restored the original configuration on > my downstream to try and recreate the problem, and it's gone. > > We had some weird network/switch issues earlier this week, and my theory > now is that this was a manifestation of that problem. I've been checking > since yesterday afternoon, and all data appears to be making it through > now. > > So, for now I'm going to chalk it up to network and let it go. I'm very to hear you say that. :-) > I would still like to put in wish list request for a way to have a primary, > and *not* switch to a secondary unless the primary has been unreachable for > a user-configured amount of time. I know there are other ways to do that > (such as HA) but it would be nice to be able to just tell LDM "use that one > unless you can't get to it". Interesting idea. Would you do me a favor and create an issue for it on the LDM GitHub site <https://github.com/Unidata/LDM>. > -- > âClimate is what you expect, weather is what you get." > -- Robert A. Heinlein > > ------------------------------------------- > address@hidden > > Phone: 405-325-6982 > Cell: 405-834-8559 > INDUS Corporation > National Severe Storms Laboratory Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: QUM-298362 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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