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[LDM #OXP-765029]: Using pqinsert with -p option



Carol,

> I'm pretty sure we usually only do a single file for each pqinsert.

In that case, the sequence number will *not* be appended and the product 
identifier will be the option-argument of the "-p" option. So, for example, 
pqinsert(1) could be invoked this way:

    pqinsert -v -p "Upper.Sounding.GTS.<whatever>" <file>

where:
    <whatever> is your choice for the product-identifier after the "GTS."
    <file>     is the pathname of the file to be inserted

The script that invokes pqinsert(1) should either be executed via an EXEC entry 
in the LDM configuration-file, or it should send a SIGCONT to the LDM 
process-group (e.g., "kill -s CONT -`cat ~/ldmd.pid`") so that the upstream LDM 
processes in the LDM process group immediately learn about a new addition to 
the product-queue.

Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: OXP-765029
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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