Re: [ldm-users] NEXRAD3 rebroadcasts

On Thu, 22 Dec 2011, Matt Orr wrote:

Is anyone else seeing a constant stream of rebroadcast Nids data today? We are 
seeing products that are up to several days old:

Dec 22 23:05:16 pqutil INFO: 13563 20111222230515.826 NEXRAD3 438 SDUS21 KBTV 
222137 /pN3UTYX
Dec 22 23:05:16 pqutil INFO: 2299 20111222230515.826 NEXRAD3 440 SDUS34 KEWX 
222035 /pN1PDFX
Dec 22 23:05:16 pqutil INFO: 4013 20111222230515.827 NEXRAD3 441 SDUS34 KEWX 
222035 /pN3SDFX
Dec 22 23:05:16 pqutil INFO: 8974 20111222230515.836 NEXRAD3 990 SDUS53 KTOP 
222038 /pNCRTWX
Dec 22 23:05:16 pqutil INFO: 7760 20111222230515.837 NEXRAD3 991 SDUS26 KSGX 
222040 /pN1QNKX
Dec 22 23:05:16 pqutil INFO: 19229 20111222230515.850 NEXRAD3 454 SDUS57 PAJK 
222300 /pNCRACG

Hi Matt,

I saw that, and it seems like they fixed it late yesterday. Every now and then, one of their regional LDM servers freaks out. (Note to UNIDATA:
maybe you could make a subtle hint to NWS to update their LDM's
to 6.10.2, whenever that next release comes out?)

Is there a good way to tell LDM to ignore these? I tried a -m switch, but it 
does not seem to be doing any good.

No, not really. The problem comes from the fact that the time stamp is
current on the header. The time within the product is not. The real
issue is to fix it at the source. And it looks like they did.

Gilbert Sebenste                                                     ********
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