Khang Tran, > does this feed come from ldm's internal engine ? because it's coming > from "localhost" ... if so, is there a config param that can turn off > this feed ? Every downstream LDM that's running as a result of a REQUEST entry in the LDM configuration-file modifies the "origin" field of all incoming data-products so that it ends with the string "_v_<hostname>"; where <hostname> is the name of the upstream LDM from which the data-product was received. Your data-products end with "_v_localhost", so they came from host "localhost". > EXP 847 rtstats-6.10.1/18.104.22.168/EXP/22.214.171.124_v_localhost > > file "126.96.36.199_v_localhost" contains lines that look like the > following ... please point me to the manual page that explains what the > fields mean If your MANPATH environment variable references directory "$HOME/share/man", then the command "man rtstats" will obtain the manual-page on rtstats(1). > 20140805142046 20140805142046 188.8.131.52 EXP > 184.108.40.206_v_localhost 294 55808 0.018903 0.01 address@hidden 6.10.1 > > thanks Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: PNW-392229 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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