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[LDM #WSH-264242]: 2nd example



Erik,

These problems are likely due to the fact that the minimum residence times of
your LDM queues are much less than the maximum latency parameter.

I strongly recommend that you configure your LDM-s so that the minimum residence
time of the queues is greater than the maximum latency parameter. Until that's
done, there's really no sense in performing the comparisons because all it tells
you is that an LDM can be configured to have problems.

> In the comparison script, I am doing comm -23 <(sort file1.txt) <(sort
> file2.txt) , and comm -13 <(sort file1.txt) <(sort file2.txt).
> 
> If you run those commands, you see that the verify1 version of the
> file has about 20 extra lines of text than the verify2 version of the
> file.
> 
> I have seen it where the files capture data at slightly different
> times, and for that 'comm with sorting' returns nothing, indicating
> each file has the same amount of data.

Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: WSH-264242
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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