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[LDM #CMI-630638]: LDM



Shengting,

> Yes. the LDM system did terminate gracefully.

Good. It might have taken a while because the system was busy downloading the
last hour's worth of data.

> But I don't see a ldmd.pid file.

The file "~ldm/ldmd.pid" is deleted by the command "ldmadmin stop" because
it's no longer relevant.

> What I meant was the message:
> "Stopping the LDM server...
> Waiting for the LDM server to terminate...
> ....."
> seems to suggest our computer has established connection to the LDM server. 
> This is part of the operation related to the first email I sent in which I 
> did " ldmadmin start", etc.

The messages mean that the ldmadmin(1) script did send a SIGTERM to the LDM
process group and that the script is now waiting for all the processes in
that group to terminate.

Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: CMI-630638
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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