Leonard, > A file was inserted upstream: > > xferlog.today:pqinsert INFO: 615eeab67055f7f1f60dd6b198727ccf 126932335 > 20121031170333.963 EXP 000 comp/20121030.134856.FTS.gz > > That was probably over four hours ago because the last of the other > files inserted from that dataset arrived then. 640 of the files > inserted upstream have arrived, but 4 have not. I'm trying to > troubleshoot this. > > Downstream, I search for it in the log: > > address@hidden logs]$ fgrep 20121030.134856.FTS ldmd.log > address@hidden logs]$ > > Other files that did arrive look like I would expect, such as: > > Upstream: > > xferlog.today:pqinsert INFO: 4a26cbfeb7806a61d7bd1bb02a651bd0 127079624 > 20121031165115.403 EXP 000 comp/20121030.133939.FTS.gz > > Downstream: > > address@hidden logs]$ fgrep 20121030.133939.FTS ldmd.log > Oct 31 10:53:52 mlsodata pqact NOTE: Filed in > "/home/ldm/data/comp/20121030.133939.FTS.gz": 127079624 > 20121031165115.403 EXP 000 comp/20121030.133939.FTS.gz > address@hidden logs]$ > > How do I figure out what happened? Were the files inserted relatively simultaneously? If so, what was the total number of bytes? What's the size of the product-queue? How many slots does it have? Is there anything untoward in the LDM log file of either the upstream or downstream site? > Thanks. > > -- > ==Leonard E. Sitongia > High Altitude Observatory > National Center for Atmospheric Research > P.O. Box 3000 Boulder CO 80307 USA > address@hidden voice: (303)497-2454 fax: (303)497-1589 Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: ADK-338194 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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