Bob, > To the best of my knowledge, there were no external processes writing to the > queue. I log all of the pqinserts, and there were none being executed at > that time. Perhaps the next time I restart I can run an `lsof` prior to > restarting to make sure there are no processes aside from pqact holding the > queue open. That sounds like a very good idea. Please let me know what you discover. > The current lsof produces the following, which seems reasonable: > > $ lsof | grep ldm\.pq > pqact 10102 ldm mem REG 0,20 4009172992 20829706 > /run/shm/ldm.pq > pqact 10102 ldm 3r REG 0,20 4009172992 20829706 > /run/shm/ldm.pq I'm surprised there's no downsteam LDM process that's writing products into the queue. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: DCN-100393 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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