Donald, pqact(1) processes have as their working directory the value of the LDM registry parameter "/pqact/datadir-path". You can see the value of this parameter with the command "regutil /pqact/datadir-path". A relative path in a pqact(1) FILE entry will be resolved against this directory. You should ensure that the resulting absolute pathname is the one you want. > We are running ldm 6.11.6 on castor.rcac.purdue.edu. We are currently > running out of space in the ldm filesystem. We made /ldm its own filesystem. > We made /opt/ldm/var/data a symbolic link pointing to "../../../ldm/data" > so data would be in the /ldm filesystem. > > Right now pqact is complaining (via syslog) messages like the following: > May 5 16:00:44 castor pqact ERROR: [filel.c:307] Deleting failed FILE > entry "data/gempak/nexrad/craft/KDFX/KDFX_20140505_1954" > > I see that there is no file named > /ldm/data/gempak/nexrad/craft/KDFX/KDFX_20140505_1954 > > However, there is a file named > /ldm/data/data/gempak/nexrad/craft/KDFX/KDFX_20140505_1954 > > Do you have any idea what we have configured improperly to cause this issue? > > Thanks, > --Don > > Don Kindred > ITAP, Research Systems Group > Purdue University > ph: (765)496-1486 Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: FDB-239245 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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