1) I wonder what happens if the TDS is in the middle of reading the file
when it gets overwritten?
2) What is the use case for this overwriting?
On 5/20/2011 12:48 PM, Rich Signell wrote:
We have several providers that routinely overwrite files with new
data, for example, overwriting a file called "forecast.nc" with new
data each day.
As I understand it from reading
it appears that if we don't want to cache certain datasets, we have two choices:
1) Turn off caching for ALL datasets served by TDS, by modifying the
threddsConfig.xml to read:
2) Turn off caching for AN INDIVIDUAL dataset served by TDS, by
setting a<datasetRoot> with the cache="false"/> option, and then
specifying each individual dataset.
But if we have a bunch of datasets in a directory that we would like
to turn off caching for, is there a way to turn off caching in
I tried using<datasetRoot with cache="false"> in the specification of
a<datasetScan> but that didn't seem to work.
I certainly could have missed something. But if not, it would be
nice to have more ability to control the cache on a dataset-by-dataset
basis in the future.