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[LDM #KQB-195331]: downstream sites not able to feed



Hi David,

Judging from the output of your notifyme(1), it appears that it wasn't able to 
connect to the LDM server. Does a ps(1) show that it's running? Does a 
netstat(1) show that it's listening on port 388? Can you telnet(1) or ncat(1) 
to port 388?

> I recently upgraded our edex server to the newest version, which includes LDM 
> version 6.13.  The sites that feed from me say they are no longer receiving 
> data from me even though they are allowed to.  When they run a notifyme on me 
> they say they get a connection but nothing shows.  If I do a 'notifyme -vxl- 
> ' on myself I get what is shown below.  I AM getting data from my upstream 
> feeds just fine.
> Could it be some kind of permission problem?  My ldmd.pq file is owned by 
> awips:awips and has  permission of 664.
> Any ideas?
> 
> address@hidden ~]$ notifyme -vxl-
> 20190403T132832.824388Z             notifyme[28044]                
> notifyme.c:main() NOTE  Starting Up: localhost: 20190403132832.824165 TS_ENDT 
> {{ANY, ".*"}}
> 20190403T132832.824496Z             notifyme[28044]              
> ldm5_clnt.c:forn5() NOTE  LDM-5 desired product-class: 20190403132832.824165 
> TS_ENDT {{ANY, ".*"}}
> 20190403T132832.825000Z             notifyme[28044]                
> error.c:err_log() INFO  Resolving localhost to 127.0.0.1 took 0.000382 seconds
> 20190403T132857.825590Z             notifyme[28044]              
> ldm5_clnt.c:forn5() NOTE  LDM-5 desired product-class: 20190403132832.824165 
> TS_ENDT {{ANY, ".*"}}
> 20190403T132857.825703Z             notifyme[28044]                
> error.c:err_log() INFO  Resolving localhost to 127.0.0.1 took 6.5e-05 seconds
> ^C20190403T132919.136324Z             notifyme[28044]             
> notifyme.c:cleanup() NOTE  exiting

Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: KQB-195331
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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