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[LDM #XTK-117583]: optimum queue settings for mostly non IDD LDM



Rodger,

> Thanks for the details. Iâve changed the /reconciliation-mode as suggested, 
> doubled the
> /server/max-latency, and ran "ldmadmin vetqueuesizeâ. How long should I let 
> things run
> before I double the max-latency again? It will take awhile to get to the 
> target of 3600.

The first field in the output of the command "pqmon -S" indicates if the queue 
is full (i.e., if a product has been deleted to make room for another product) 
and, consequently, if it's worth executing the command "ldmadmin vetqueuesize". 
The field will be 1 if the queue is full and 0 otherwise.

> Yes, we are using the metrics-collecting and plotting capabilities. Weâve 
> also installed
> munin to fully monitor the server and are using code provided by Patrick 
> Francis that
> collects stats from the Novra modem. Itâs great being able to see plots of 
> signal
> strength and carrier-to-noise and other details on how the dish is performing.

Excellent. We do the same here.

Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: XTK-117583
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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