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[LDM #YEV-796822]: pqinserting a file from a non-ldm server



Greg,

pqinsert(1) copies *local* files into a *local* LDM product-queue.

The LDM utility ldmsend(1), on the other hand, sends local files to a *remote* 
LDM server. The remote LDM must have an ACCEPT entry for the host executing the 
ldmsend(1).

I hope this helps.

> I have a question about the nature of what pqinsert does. Here at my
> lab I have a data file that arrives on one server that I want to share with
> an outside user via ldm. I have a script set up to perform an: ssh -l ldm
> aeolus pqinsert -v -f EXP $path from the non-ldm server. Authentications
> have been taken care of and the command will run as part of the script. My
> question is does the file to be inserted ($path) physically have to be
> reachable on the ldm machine for this to work or does pqinsert itself
> transfer the contents of the file to the product-queue?


Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: YEV-796822
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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