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[LDM #FGC-384517]: LDM Start



Bob,

The registry parameter "/server/time-offset" specifies how far back in time a 
downstream LDM should specify in its subscription request. If you set its value 
to "0" via the command

    regutil -u 0 /server/time-offset

or by editing the file "~ldm/etc/registry/xml", then it should start from the 
current time when you restart it.

> Is there a way to start LDM at the "current time", so that it does not
> pull "older" products that are sitting in upstream product queues?
> 
> This is not something I would generally do, but I am testing an
> application where it would be easier if each time I started my local
> LDM instance it did not ingest the backlog of products from the server
> I am pulling products from.  I understand this sort of flies in the
> face of LDM's purpose, but nonetheless, I was curious if there was a
> simple way to do it.  I initially thought the "-b" option might do it,
> but it appears that this relates to metrics plots according to some
> documentation I came accross.

Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: FGC-384517
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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