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[LDM #OHF-116108]: Head scratcher: pqact entry works on one server, doesn't on another



Hi Gilbert,

re:
> Removing the '-v' from the FILE action should now result in the N0Q
> files to be written to the ~ldm/wsr88d directory, and that is a link
> to /home/data/wsr88d/.

> But I am still not seeing the data on weather3.

Hmm...  I just logged onto weather3 as 'ldm', and went into the
~ldm/wsr88d directory to poke around.  The first thing I saw was:

lrwxrwxrwx   1 ldm users       17 Aug 19  2015 wsr88d -> /home/data/wsr88d/

I removed this as it didn't look like it was needed.

I then tried to do a simple 'ls FTG' and it hung (or, at least, didn't return
with a listing in any sort of a reasonable amount of time.  When I tried to
kill the 'ls' invocation, I got nothing, and the same thing happened when
I tried to background the 'ls'.

The next step was to kill my SSH session (from my side), and then log back
in (ldm on weather -> ldm on weather3).  When I try to run 'ls' from
any one of the subdirectories of ~ldm/wsr88d, the invocation hangs.
I am not sure what is happening here!

But, the one thing I see that is different between weather and weather3
is that ~ldm/wsr88d on weather is a link to /home/data/wsr88d, but
~ldm/wsr88d on weather3 is a simple directory.

Question:

- is the setup for ~ldm/wsr88d supposed to be the same on weather and
  weather3?

  If yes, then this may be your problem as it the setups are different.

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: OHF-116108
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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