I don't think there is a standard format for directory index / listings.
Looking at the different implementations (Tomcat (DefaultServler,
listing = true), Jetty (dirAllowed = true), Apache (mod_dir,
DirectoryIndex)) the common pattern is, that they all have links to all
(non-hidden) files in the directory, and not much more (possibly parent
directory and some gifs/png differing between file and directory).
Thredds listings of 'datasetScan' look very similar to the tomcat
listings, except that they link to the dataset-overview page, and not to
the fileServer page.
RAMMADDA looks like a solution for a completely different type of users,
except for the embedded ftp server.
On 2010-05-05 01:28, John Caron wrote:
> Hi Heiko:
> TDS specializes in the logical subsetting of datasets, so we havent
> thought much about file downloading.
> The index is provided by THREDDS catalogs, eg
> If it was me, I would write a nice little client app to make it easy to
> select files and download. Perhaps we will throw one together.
> If there is some standard format for "index.html" that works with wget
> and other clients, perhaps we can provide that.
> Otherwise, RAMMADDA is another good solution.
> On 5/3/2010 3:47 AM, Heiko Klein wrote:
>> we are moving more and more from our ftp-solutions to thredds with http
>> and opendap enabled.
>> Some users complain about this solution, since it is no longer possible
>> to download bulk datasets, that is, all files in one directory. Our
>> ftp-server supported 'ls' and several ftp-clients have support for that
>> so e.g.
>> ftp ftp.my.server
>> $ cd directory
>> $ mget *.nc
>> worked well.
>> There are some http-downloader which support mirroring of a directory
>> which would be comparable, but this requires a proper directory-listing
>> for the http-download.
>> An example:
>> contains daily files of several years. To clicks further
>> is one of those files.
>> wget -r -l1 --no-parent -A.nc
>> was my best try to get all netcdf-files in the ice-drift catalog.
>> Unfortunately, this requires a ice-drift/index.html (or
>> directory-listing) which doesn't exists.
>> Does anybody knows about a solution to download several (hundred) files
>> from a thredds-server in a simple way?
>> I even thought about aggregation, but as far as I see, this doesn't work
>> with the http-downloader, but requires a opendap client (i.e. nco),
>> which might be to complicated, and might lead to errors if products
>> change of the years (better resolution, updated metadata...)
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