That system in Boulder is considered our backup, we are primary in College
Park. I would point your servers to the primary hostname, and in the event
we need to fail over to the backup we would notify users.
NCEP Central Operations
Production Management Branch Dataflow Team
On Fri, Mar 6, 2015 at 7:16 PM, Rebecca Cosgrove <rebecca.cosgrove@xxxxxxxx>
> I'm guessing 14:33 is right around when NCEP shut down the CONDUIT
> servers in Boulder due to power work out there this weekend. The
> servers in College Park, MD will be your only options this weekend.
> The strange thing is that I thought we had shut down the CONDUIT servers
> out in Boulder for now because of issues with the server that feeds
> them. So I'm surprised to hear you were getting anything from them.
> I've cc'd our Dataflow Team here at NCEP to confirm on Monday what the
> status of these servers in Boulder is after the power comes back up.
> Becky Cosgrove
> NCEP Central Operations
> On 3/6/2015 12:20 PM, Pete Pokrandt wrote:
> > Is something up with ncepldm4.woc.noaa.gov? I was feeding CONDUIT
> > exclusively from that server, and the last data I received was at
> > 14:33 UTC, the 54h NAM files. I just put in a redundant feed from
> > idd.unidata.ucar.edu and data seems to be flowing from there, starting
> > with the 159h GFS.
> > I don't recall why I was only feeding from ncepldm4.woc.noaa.gov - I
> > think I had been receiving some duplicate products shortly after the
> > transition to the new file names.
> > Pete
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