Re: [ldm-users] 20110128: Regular Expression Help (ldmd.conf and pqact.conf)

Hi Tom,

Thanks for the quick reply.  I will practice that with the ldmnotify and get
the strings correct.  I will keep you posted.

Thanks,
Paul Kirkwood
Chief, Technology Infusion Branch
Southern Region Headquarters
Science and Technology Services
Email: Paul.Kirkwood@xxxxxxxx
Phone: 817-978-1100 x.145



On Fri, Jan 28, 2011 at 8:22 PM, Tom Yoksas <yoksas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>
> Hi Paul,
>
> re:
> >I am trying to trim down my overall request and store only certain files
> and
> >wonder if anybody has some thoughts on good regular expressions to use.
> >
> >Here is a sample of what is coming into my system:
> >
> >INFO:     5516 20110112140053.222 CONDUIT 180
> >data/nccf/com/nam/prod/nam.20110112/nam.t12z.awipak27.tm00.grib2
> >!grib2/ncep/NAM_84/#000/201101121200F027/SPFH/300 hPa PRES! 000180
> >INFO:     1795 20110112140053.223 CONDUIT 190
> >data/nccf/com/nam/prod/nam.20110112/nam.t12z.awipak27.tm00.grib2
> >!grib2/ncep/NAM_84/#000/201101121200F027/TRKE/325 hPa PRES! 000190
> >INFO:     8288 20110112140053.227 CONDUIT 213
> >data/nccf/com/nam/prod/nam.20110112/nam.t12z.awipak27.tm00.grib2
> >!grib2/ncep/NAM_84/#000/201101121200F027/SPFH/400 hPa PRES! 000213
> >INFO:     7013 20110112140053.312 CONDUIT 228
> >data/nccf/com/nam/prod/nam.20110112/nam.t12z.awipak27.tm00.grib2
> >!grib2/ncep/NAM_84/#000/201101121200F027/RELH/450 hPa PRES! 000228
> >INFO:     5935 20110112140053.202 CONDUIT 067
> >data/nccf/com/nam/prod/nam.20110112/nam.t12z.awipak27.tm00.grib2
> >!grib2/ncep/NAM_84/#000/201101121200F027/OMEG/300 hPa PRES! 000067
> >INFO:     5573 20110112140053.224 CONDUIT 200
> >data/nccf/com/nam/prod/nam.20110112/nam.t12z.awipak27.tm00.grib2
> >!grib2/ncep/NAM_84/#000/201101121200F027/CICE/350 hPa PRES! 000200
> >
> >Let's say for example I only want to get the 400 hPa PRES! portion.  If I
> >trap from nam.t12z.awipsak27.tm00.grib2 (I get all the files), but is
> there
> >a way to add a trap for the !grib2 line in the ldmd.conf and/or
> pqact.conf?
>
> Yes.  I have two comments:
>
> - first, all of the output you sent represent the full product ID for
>  each product.  This means that you can fashion an extended regular
>  expression that selects sets of products using any portion of the
>  ID.
>
> - second, you can use the extended regular expression to refine either/both
>  the ~ldm/etc/ldmd.conf REQUEST line(s) or the pattern-action file
>  action(s)
>
> re:
> >I am sure there is a way, but I thought I would ask the group before I
> spend
> >a lot of time configuring my own regular expressions.
>
> The easiest/best thing to do is to use the LDM 'notifyme' utility to
> experiment with extended regular expression patterns that do what you
> want (the '-p' flag value specifies the extended regular expression).
> For instance, try the following:
>
> <as 'ldm' on your system>
>
> notifyme -vl- -f CONDUIT -o 3600 -p "nam.*400 hPa"
>
> NB: the pattern is sorrounded with double quotes so that the shell
> does not try to expand the '.*'.
>
> Once you have figured out the extended regular expression pattern that
> gives you what you want, you can use it in your ldmd.conf REQUEST
> line and/or in your pattern-action file action(s).
>
> >Thanks for everyone's time.
>
> >Thanks,
> >Paul Kirkwood
> >Chief, Technology Infusion Branch
> >Southern Region Headquarters
> >Science and Technology Services
> >Email: Paul.Kirkwood@xxxxxxxx
> >Phone: 817-978-1100 x.145
>
> Cheers,
>
> Tom
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