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[LDM #GNJ-752174]: Need advice on hupping persistent daemons (pqinsert, pqing)



Anne,

pqing(1) is for creating LDM data-products from a serial port of some kind and 
inserting them into the LDM product-queue. It's intended to run indefinitely 
and, therefore, should be started via an EXEC entry in the LDM 
configuration-file so that it can both send signals to and receive signals from 
the LDM process-group.

pqinsert(1) is for inserting files into the LDM product-queue as data-products. 
It will terminate upon inserting the last file; consequently, it doesn't need 
to be part of the LDM process-group in order to receive signals. If it is not, 
however, then the LDM process group will not receive the SIGCONT signals which 
are sent whenever a data-product is inserted into the queue; consequently, the 
newly-inserted data-products will not be acted upon immediately but, rather, 
will be acted upon sometime within a 30 second "fallback" window.

I hope this helps. Contact us if you have any additional questions.

> We have been experiencing an occasional problem with our log rotate and our
> pqing processes not moving to the new log.
> 
> Do you have any advice on how best to insert data into our queue (pqing vs
> pqinsert) and the best way that they should be hupped for log rotate?


Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: GNJ-752174
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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