Apparently something has changed on cise-nsf CONDUIT feed... There's a
considerable drop in data volume right after the 00Z run of last Sunday.
This is equally affecting top-relay nodes from CPTEC in Brazil, which are
receiving data only from nsf.
Is someone else having this issue, but using another feeder?
Guilherme O. Chagas
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> bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Luis Carvalheiro
> Sent: Monday, August 10, 2009 9:28 AM
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> Subject: Re: [ldm-users] Any problems with GFS data getting into
> We are not getting the GFS data on the CONDUIT flux either since the
> run of Aug 09.
> Does anyone has some information about this?
> Thank You.
> Luis Carvalheiro
> Kevin R. Tyle wrote:
> > We haven't received any GFS GRIB files since the 0000 UTC run last
> > . . . other data on CONDUIT, including GFS Ensembles, are coming in
> > normally. Anyone else seeing this?
> > Kevin Tyle, Systems Administrator
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