Paul, > Yes, I am using the pathnames found on the Department's server. I am > not certain I understand you. Are you saying to use the original > pathnames found on the NSSL LDM? Yes. What you have to understand is that the product-identifier of an LDM data-product is NOT a file pathname. It is part of the metadata of an LDM data-product and doesn't change while the data-product is traversing an LDM network. A pqact(1) process of an LDM can write a data-product into a file whose pathname is composed of bits and pieces of the product-identifier -- but that's a separate issue. > If that is the case all I would need > to do to switch from the NSSL LDM to the Department LDM is to change the > IP address and not worry about the different path and different name. > Is that correct? Yup. Now you got it. > I appreciate your help. > Paul No worries. Good luck. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: BDX-817483 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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