Re: [conduit] [ldm-users] Missing GFS files on conduit this morning

Just saw the all clear come through on the mailing list, but the 00 UTC NAM 
didn't come in, and the 00 UTC GFS files are all really short. Latencies are 
way up, close to an hour, starting around 23 UTC Feb 22.

I'm seeing the high latencies on idd.aos.wisc.edu and also on 
motherlode.unidata.ucar.edu.


Pete


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From: conduit-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <conduit-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> on 
behalf of Rebecca Cosgrove - NOAA Federal <rebecca.cosgrove@xxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2018 12:56 PM
To: Phil Birnie
Cc: ldm-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx; Ryan Hickman; support-conduit@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [conduit] [ldm-users] Missing GFS files on conduit this morning

Hi Phil.
We're far enough along in our recovery that we believe CONDUIT is up and 
running again.  Please let me know if this is not the case.

Becky

On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 8:04 PM, Phil Birnie 
<me@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:me@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
Hey All,

I’m assuming the CONDUIT feed is still unstable  — haven’t received any model 
data since about 15Z this morning… If I’m incorrect, let me know.

- phil


From: Ryan Hickman <ryan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx><mailto:ryan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Reply: Ryan Hickman <ryan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx><mailto:ryan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: February 20, 2018 at 2:36:40 PM
To: Patrick L. Francis <wxprofessor@xxxxxxxxx><mailto:wxprofessor@xxxxxxxxx>
Cc: ldm-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:ldm-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 
<ldm-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx><mailto:ldm-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, 
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Subject:  Re: [ldm-users] [conduit] Missing GFS files on conduit this morning

I, too, have the GFS 12 UTC GRIB2 files in a publicly available location should 
anyone wish to access them.

https://storage.googleapis.com/ah-maps-raw/GFS_20180220120000_20180220120000.grib2
 (F001)
https://storage.googleapis.com/ah-maps-raw/GFS_20180220120000_20180220130000.grib2
 (F002)
etc. etc. through 120 hours.
https://storage.googleapis.com/ah-maps-raw/GFS_20180220120000_20180225120000.grib2
 (F120)

On Tue, Feb 20, 2018 at 11:45 AM, Patrick L. Francis 
<wxprofessor@xxxxxxxxx<mailto:wxprofessor@xxxxxxxxx>> wrote:

somebody just asked where the files are when they looked in this directory [:-)]
http://modelweather.com/noaaport/dish/ncep/model/gfs/

my fault.. I didn't explain very well.. sorry! [*ALIEN*]

since GEMPAK is being phased out, I am writing a custom ingest package for our 
internal uses, and filing the products as each source sends them over NOAAPort

for example, GFS which was brought up today comes over the dish as:

 71550 20180220035934.747355  NGRID 19629065  YRPK40 KWBC 200000 
!grib2/ncep/GFS/#003/201802200000F072/RELH/400 hPa PRES

where:
'ncep' is the source
'GFS' is the model
'#003' is the grid

so I chose to file things as
../root/www/dir/noaaport/dish/'source'/'model'/'grid'/

and then instead of a crazy filename.. simply pipe everything into
YYYYMMDD.HHHH.{F}HHH.grib

so all variables for each product are filed into the corresponding date, hour, 
and forecast hour by model type.

then with NIDS data for example, I file all products by:
../root/www/dir/noaaport/dish/nids/'source'/'radome'/'prod'/
YYYYMMDD.HHMM.nid

so to answer the unspoken person's question, while this is a work in progress 
for me internally, of course I don't mind sharing with the unidata community if 
you should need to grab something... unidata is good people [:-)]    Eventually 
I hope to file every single product that comes over noaaport, because what I'm 
doing is instead of copying from pqact.gempak, writing everything manually by 
parsing the notifyme output of every feed.. it just takes awhile.. but this 
way, products will be able to be used natively with MetPy and other new apps 
being developed [:-)]


cheers,

--patrick

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Patrick L. Francis
AerisWeather.com
modelweather.com<http://modelweather.com>

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