Mark, We have a download for KWNS files and I don't know about the gfs11
product in particular. Try the regex test (it's in ~ldm/bin/ ).
You do need to escape the "/" if there is a directory in the product string.
[ldm@windfarm-gw ~]$ grep -w HDS etc/ldmd.conf
exec "pqact -f HDS -p KWNS etc/pqact.conf"
[ldm@windfarm-gw ~]$ regex -h
regex: invalid option -- h
Usage: ./bin/regex [-n count] [-s string] pattern
[ldm@windfarm-gw ~]$ regex -s "YxHxxx KWBx 0909andsomestuffmGFS"
"^[YZ].[AIJQHG]... KWB. ([0-3][0-9])([0-2][0-9]).*/mGFS"
[ldm@windfarm-gw ~]$ regex -s "YxHxxx KWBx 0909andsomestuff /mGFS"
"^[YZ].[AIJQHG]... KWB. ([0-3][0-9])([0-2][0-9]).*\/mGFS"
Also, try the notifyme command to get some sample product strings.
[ldm@windfarm-gw ~]$ notifyme -vl - -f HDS -p "KWB" -o 3600
(note that the data product may not stream in for a few hours if you are
running this when this product isn't in the queue; an alternative:)
[ldm@windfarm-gw ~]$ notifyme -v -l /tmp/mynotifyme.txt -f HDS -p "KWB"
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On 12/22/11 9:04 AM, Mark Tucker wrote:
Hi, I'm trying to file the global gfs grids as grib(2) files. I think
this is "gfs11". I can't seem to get a proper pattern for the global grid.
I'm successfully filing the conus data using the following entry:
HDS ^[YZ].[AIJQHG]... KWB. ([0-3][0-9])([0-2][0-9]).*/mGFS
I was hoping someone might be able to give me a working pattern or point
me to some documentation on the headers for this product. I feel like
I'm missing something obvious here. Thanks.
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