I find NCEP Office Note 388 helpful, especially Appendix A:
Perhaps this helps you as well, though I not know how complete or up to date it
OU CIMMS/Warning Decision Training Branch
On Dec 22, 2011, at 1:53 PM, "Mark Tucker" <mht06220@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Are the headers for the various model products documented somewhere?
> On 12/22/2011 01:10 PM, Steve Emmerson wrote:
>>> You do need to escape the "/" if there is a directory in the product
>> Just FYI, the slash character, "/", in an extended regular expression
>> (ERE) is just a regular character as far as the LDM is concerned. You
>> might examine those ERE-s and strings again.
>>> [ldm@windfarm-gw ~]$ grep -w HDS etc/ldmd.conf
>>> exec "pqact -f HDS -p KWNS etc/pqact.conf"
>>> [ldm@windfarm-gw ~]$ regex -h
>>> regex: invalid option -- h
>>> Usage: ./bin/regex [-n count] [-s string] pattern
>>> [ldm@windfarm-gw ~]$ regex -s "YxHxxx KWBx 0909andsomestuffmGFS"
>>> "^[YZ].[AIJQHG]... KWB. ([0-3][0-9])([0-2][0-9]).*/mGFS"
>>> no match
>>> [ldm@windfarm-gw ~]$ regex -s "YxHxxx KWBx 0909andsomestuff /mGFS"
>>> "^[YZ].[AIJQHG]... KWB. ([0-3][0-9])([0-2][0-9]).*\/mGFS"
>>> [ldm@windfarm-gw ~]$
>>> Also, try the notifyme command to get some sample product strings.
>>> [ldm@windfarm-gw ~]$ notifyme -vl - -f HDS -p "KWB" -o 3600
>>> (note that the data product may not stream in for a few hours if you are
>>> running this when this product isn't in the queue; an alternative:)
>>> [ldm@windfarm-gw ~]$ notifyme -v -l /tmp/mynotifyme.txt -f HDS -p "KWB"
>>> -o 3600
>>> Good luck,
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