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[LDM #JXN-827520]: pact metar2nc failure



Hi Terri,

re:
> Okay, it worked if I put the full pathname on everything on the command line 
> and also when
> running from pqact.

Very good.

re:
> Iâm going to try changing the registry entry and put back the relative
> paths in the conf file and see what that breaks.

Adventurous eh?

Changing the <datadir-path></datadir-path> setting in ~ldm/etc/registry.xml
to the HOME directory of the account in which the LDM is installed will return
the setup to what it was in the past before the LDM registry concept.  If
you will recall, then typical setup back then was for there to exist:

~ldm/data     - this could be an actual directory or a link to a directory on
                a local file system (not an NFS mounted one) where there is
                enough room to store the data to be saved

~ldm/logs     - again either an actual directory, or more commonly something
                like a link to a ~ldm/data/logs directory

If you are intending to revert back to/use the ~ldm/logs setup, you will need
to edit the 'syslog' configuration file (e.g., /etc/rsyslog.conf) and change
the fully qualified path to where LDM log files are written.

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: JXN-827520
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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