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[LDM #VEH-922536]: small detail, just FYI



Donna,

Good eye!

In creating the new logging module, I added printing of location data to make it
easier to diagnose problems.

> Please notice the extra (debugging, I suppose) text in the output of the
> 'ldmping' command. In previous versions, the "[ldmping|error].c:[0-9]*:"
> was not visible.
> 
> address@hidden ~]$ date
> > Tue Dec 13 11:07:00 CST 2016
> > address@hidden ~]$ ldmping -i 0 curoi
> > 20161213T170708.030017Z ldmping[9262] INFO ldmping.c:51:print_label()
> > State    Elapsed Port   Remote_Host           rpc_stat
> > 20161213T170708.032601Z ldmping[9262] INFO error.c:236:err_log() Resolving
> > curoi to 128.194.165.100 took 0.002417 seconds
> > 20161213T170708.037163Z ldmping[9262] INFO ldmping.c:67:print_hstat()
> > RESPONDING   0.007039  388   curoi
> > address@hidden ~]$ ldmping -i 0 ldm-relay1
> > 20161213T170713.986563Z ldmping[9272] INFO ldmping.c:51:print_label()
> > State    Elapsed Port   Remote_Host           rpc_stat
> > 20161213T170713.988621Z ldmping[9272] INFO error.c:236:err_log() Resolving
> > ldm-relay1 to 165.91.55.27 took 0.00191 seconds
> > 20161213T170713.989800Z ldmping[9272] INFO ldmping.c:67:print_hstat()
> > RESPONDING   0.003127  388   ldm-relay1
> > address@hidden ~]$ ldmping -i 0 ldm1
> > 20161213T170718.276065Z ldmping[9278] INFO ldmping.c:51:print_label()
> > State    Elapsed Port   Remote_Host           rpc_stat
> > 20161213T170718.278410Z ldmping[9278] INFO error.c:236:err_log() Resolving
> > ldm1 to 128.194.76.164 took 0.002177 seconds
> > 20161213T170718.281721Z ldmping[9278] INFO ldmping.c:67:print_hstat()
> > RESPONDING   0.005530  388   ldm1
> > address@hidden ~]$ ls -lh runtime
> > lrwxrwxrwx 1 ldm ldm 10 Dec 13 11:06 runtime -> ldm-6.13.5
> > address@hidden ~]$

Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: VEH-922536
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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