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[LDM #SDX-302280]: Regex Works in NotifyMe but Does not Capture When in pqact.conf



Josh,

An upstream LDM-6 can be told to *not* transmit products that match a regular 
expression. notifyme(1) uses version 5 of the LDM protocol, which ignores this 
feature. Consequently, the set of data-products that a notifyme(1) can see can 
be greater than what can actually be received.

It could be that your upstream LDM is using this feature to filter the data 
that you can receive.

> Full Name: Joshua Adams
> Email Address: address@hidden
> Organization: TRWD
> Package Version:
> Operating System: CentOS
> Hardware:
> Description of problem: Hello,
> 
> I have the following lines setup in the pqact.conf.  All capture files from 
> the NWS except for the last line.
> 
> EXP           (wgrfc)\/(qpe_text)\/(daily|hourly)\/([0-9]{10}\_.*)
> FILE  -overwrite      -close  /home/ldmshare/data/NWS/\1/\2/\3/\4
> EXP           
> (wgrfc)\/(qpf_text)\/(24|6)(-hour)\/(24|6)(_[0-9]{10}f[0-9]{3}\.gz)
> FILE  -overwrite      -close  /home/ldmshare/data/NWS/\1/\2/\3\4/\5\6
> EXP           (FTWRR5FWR.+)
> FILE  -overwrite      -close /home/ldmshare/data/NWS/USACE/\1
> EXP           (FTWWRKJMN.+)
> FILE  -overwrite      -close /home/ldmshare/data/NWS/USACE/\1.%Y%m%d_%H%M%S
> EXP           (gauge_data)\/(.+)
> FILE  -overwrite      -close /home/ldmshare/data/test/gauge_data/\2
> EXP           (MPE)\/(xmrg)\/(binary)\/(xmrg[0-9]{10}z\.gz)
> FILE  -overwrite      -close  /home/ldmshare/data/NWS/\2/\1/\3/\4
> EXP           (QPF)\/(xmrg)\/(binary)\/(xmrg[0-9]{1,2}_[0-9]{10}f[0-9]{3}\.gz)
> FILE  -overwrite      -close  /home/ldmshare/data/NWS/\2/\1/\3/\4
> 
> When I run the last regex pattern with notifyme, I get the results I am 
> expecting.
> 
> Please help.


Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: SDX-302280
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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