Hey Gilbert, I don't know what's happening. The LDM shouldn't have a problem with an extended regular expression (ERE) and it certainly shouldn't behave differently due to the difference you describe. Just FYI, you can remove the ".*" at the end of the ERE-s -- it adds nothing. You say the feed crashes. What do you mean, exactly? > Hello Steve, > > I am able to confirm that we have a bug with the LDM. In this latest > version, we are getting the MRMS data feed directly from NCEP under > the EXP feed type. Within 48 hours (and sometimes just a few hours) > using this ldmd.conf entry for it (the ffirst one), the EXP feed dies: > > # MRMS / NCEP > #request EXP "/data/realtime/outgoing/grib2/MRMS_.*" 220.127.116.11 > request EXP "/data/realtime/outgoing/grib2/MRMS.*" 18.104.22.168 > > The first aand second requests both get the data. But, when I use the > commented-out entry, within usually 24 hours, the EXP feed crashes > (but again, everything else still works fine). To get it to work again, > we have to stop the LDM, delete and remake the queues, and then restart > it again. However, since I used the bottom entry (uncommented), it > hasn't crashed at all. The only difference between the requests is a > "_" after the letters "MRMS". > > Do you have any insight as to what might be happening? > > Gilbert > > -- > ---- > > Gilbert Sebenste > Chief Meteorologist > AllisonHouse, LLC Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: RYH-655728 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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