On 5/19/2011 6:37 PM, John Maurer wrote:
On Thu, May 19, 2011 at 2:17 PM, John Caron <caron@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
On 5/19/2011 3:24 PM, John Maurer wrote:
I'm seeing some weird behavior today with one of our joinExisting
NcML aggregations for high-frequency radio (HFR). The OPeNDAP
page lists variables that are from a totally different dataset
(e.g. HFR does not measure water temperature):
I looked at "content/thredds/cache/agg/" at the aggregation cache
file for the dataset (hioos-hfr-kokagg) and it confirms that it's
strangely pulling files from 3 unrelated datasets: a glider, an
NCOM global FMRC, and the HFR data. Since nothing has changed
recently in my config file for the dataset and I haven't recently
upgraded TDS, this has me worried about a possible disk problem
from recent power outages? The three datasets are not
subdirectories of each other, so I don't see how TDS can be
lumping them together. Any ideas what could be causing this?
A brief look at what you put on ftp confirms it : its a mystery ;^(
No chance you are playing games with symlinks is there?
Nope, no use of symlinks involved.
In addition to the above, 5 of my FMRC's are suddenly
inaccessible today as well and were recently working just fine.
It would seem their file aggregations may have similarly gone
haywire as well, but their cache files under
"content/thredds/collection/" (right?) are binary (.jdb) so I
can't confirm whether they're combining multiple datasets.
If you have remote debugging on (and you should!) you can look at
the files with:
Yep, I later tried that as well. For all of the FMRC's that were
failing, the cache had not been updated for several days.
Hmm, I would recommend upgrading to 4.2.7, i did just fix a bug having
to do with FMRC's not getting updated, although i dont know if thats
Whatever is causing the joinExisting cache to whack out is likely
something else though.
The catalogs give an error in threddsServlet.log with the message:
can you send the file content/thredds/logs/featureCollectionScan.log ?
Sorry, I would send that log except that it seems it was overwritten
when I restarted TDS so I can't find the same time period and error
messages anymore. Here are the relevant snippets that I dug out
earlier during my investigation. TDS can't seem to find files anymore,
although the directories and filenames are all correct and haven't
changed for quite some time:
[2011-05-19T12:21:46.145-1000] ERROR ucar.nc2.ft.fmrc.FmrcDataset:
Fmrc collection is empty =fmrc:NCOM Hawaii Regional Ocean Model
[2011-05-19T12:21:46.145-1000] ERROR ucar.nc2.ft.fmrc.Fmrc:
hawaii/**/ncom_relo_hawaii_u_#yyyyMMddHH#_t.*\.nc$: makeFmrcInv failed
did you send the catalog that has this fmrc in it? if not, can you send?