Re: [gembud] gdradr error's

Hi Jeff,

As a first step, remove your gemglb.nts file (global GEMPAK settings file). It may have gotten corrupted when your disk filled up. Then try again ...

--Kevin

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On Fri, 2 Sep 2011, Jeff Lake wrote:

I am at a loss..
for almost a year this little script has preformed flawlessly

#!/bin/sh

cd /usr/local/ldm/nawips/imgcreate/radar

. /usr/local/ldm/nawips/Gemenviron.profile



gdradr << EOFW
proj     = lcc/29.5;-96;45.5
grdarea    = 23.0;-120.0;47.0;-65.0
KXKY     = 800;600
GDPFUN   = N0Q ! EET ! N1Q
GDFILE   = YYYYMMDD_radr.gem
RADTIM   = current
RADDUR   = 20
RADFRQ   = 0
CPYFIL   =
STNFIL   = nexrad.tbl
MAXGRD   = 1000
RADMODE  = P
r

e

EOFW



this morning my nimble fingers spelled something wrong and I filled up the hard drive..
after fixing that and removing the overhead on the drive ..

I get this error now
[GEMPLT -10]  NIVIEW - Invalid view region

did a Google on that error, returned nothing ..
so what does it mean ???


-- -Jeff Lake
MichiganWxSystem.com
WeatherMichigan.net
TheWeatherCenter.net

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