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[LDM #ORN-677013]: missing NOTHER feed



Hi Dave,

re:
> Here are the answers to the questions posed from Unidata LDM Support.
> 
> Our main Internet connection to the Internet is via SSHEnet. Our primary 
> connection to
> SSHEnet is limited to 3 Gbps, of which we limit our ResNet to 2 G. Inbound 
> Campus
> traffic over the last week has not exceeded 550 Mbps & ResNet inbound has not 
> exceeded
> 1.5 Gbps.
> 
> All links from the Earth Science Server VM to the SSHEnet Routers are 10 
> Gbps. We do not
> regularly monitor those links. However I have periodically checked on them 
> over the past
> 2.5 hours & they were running between 12 & 25 Mbps.

Comment:

- this is the first mention of using a VM

Questions:

- did I miss something in a previous email?

  If your LDM queue in your VM is on a file system that is mounted
  outside of your VM, this may be your problem.

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: ORN-677013
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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