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Re: IDD feed status



Hi Rorik,

peridot got changed to typhoon a couple of years ago..

I would contact UCLA:
James Murakami

address@hidden

or do a:

notifyme -vl - -h typhoon.atmos.ucla.edu -f HDS

to see if you are "allowed"..if you see products scroll, you can get the
feed.

Cheers,


Jeff
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On Mon, 28 Jun 2004, Rorik Peterson wrote:

> Jeff,
>       I'm in charge of the LDM/IDD stuff here at the Geophysical Institute at
> Univ. Alaska, Fairbanks.  I noticed I quit get HDS over the weekend.
> While tracking down my upstream feed contact information at the unidata
> site, it seems like I'm not actually signed up to get HDS.  I do get
> FNMOC and GEM.  However, I see that my ldm was set up to request HDS
> from peridot.atmos.ucla.edu, and had temporarily used
> typhoon.atmos.ucla.edu for a while (forgot why).  Anyway, before I
> badger them I thought I better make sure I'm suppose to even be feeding
> from them. If not, can I get an HDS feed?
>
>       Thanks,
>
> rorik
> --
> Rorik Peterson, PhD
> Geophysical Institute
> University of Alaska, Fairbanks
>


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