Sorry about my last error-report, it had nothing to do with thredds or
Ubuntu. After carefully reading the logs again this morning, I found the
problem to be with one of our own IOSP.
The IOSPs isValidFile should return false (not a XML-file), but threw an
uncaught (Runtime?) Exception instead. After disabling that IOSP, I can
serve again netcdf-4 files.
On 2012-03-12 17:58, Heiko Klein wrote:
I just tried to put netcdf4 files on an older thredds server (4.2.9)
running with Ubuntu 8.04, tomcat 6.0.33 and java 1.6.0_24 (tried with
openjdk 6.0.18, too).
Putting a netcdf4 file on the server, I get the error-message in thredds
(OpENDAP or WMS):
Unexpected error of type
Invalid byte 1 of 1-byte UTF-8 sequence.
Converting the file to netcdf3, and using the nc3 file on that machine
Putting the netcdf4 file on another machine, e.g. Ubuntu 10.04 works
Is there a known problem with older java software? Did somebody else see
this 'Invalid byte 1 of 1-byte UTF-8 sequence' before?