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20030924:IDD new node GLOBE

Hi Travis,

I presume you have downloaded and installed LDM 6.0.14

Looks as if you are primarily interested in sfc obs, so we need not deal
with sat/rad imagery or model output.

There is a wealth of info on-line re the LDM/IDD.

I would begin at:


and another useful URL...buried under the aforementioned URL:


To see the feedtypes.

I suspect you will want either DDPLUS (combining PPS and DDS) or

WMO (combining PPS, DDS, HDS, or IDS) for int'l sfc obs and you can cull
out the HDS via reg exp's)

Please let me know if/when LDM 6.0.14 is installed and I'll "flip the
switch" to allow data to flow.

I am initially thinking that you will feed from thelma.ucar.edu (our
machine) but we may feed you from another internal UCAR machine, but we
can use thelma to begin.

Cheers and welcome aboard!

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University Corp for Atmospheric Research      3300 Mitchell Ln       :
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On Thu, 25 Sep 2003, Travis Andersen wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm ready to configure LDM to accept data for the GLOBE program.  I, Travis
> Andersen will be handling the LDM software and ingest of data at our site
> but our Sys Admin's name is Michael Leon.  My email address is
> address@hidden.  Phone number is (303) 497-2626.  LDM will be
> running on tongor.globe.ucar.edu
> The data we are after is synoptic and hourly weather observations (sao,
> metar, syn) where we can parse out the following information
> stnm;slat;slon;tmin;tmax;p24m;tmpc;dwpc;relh;altm.
> Will you please provide the upstream feed site(s) to me to use and any other
> information that would be useful.
> Thank you.
> Travis Andersen