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20040919: Failed to connect to atm.geo.nsf.gov

>From: David Yeung <address@hidden>
>Organization: Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
>Keywords: 200409190645.i8J6jvnJ006933 IDD

Hi David,

>We are not able to get LDM feed from atm.geo.nsf.gov
>since around 09/19 00:00 UTC, and we are not even able to ping
>that host. Is there any problem in the atm.geo.nsf.gov?

Yes, atm became inaccessible at approximately 8:30 Saturday morning.
A quick check shows that it remains inaccessible now.

At about 9 am yesterday, I sent out a note to the ldm-users email list
to failover to alternate feed sites.  Here is the text:

  From address@hidden  Sat Sep 18 08:57:21 2004
  To: address@hidden
  Subject: 20040918: IDD top level relay node atm.geo.nsf.gov down
  Date: Sat, 18 Sep 2004 08:57:20 -0600
  >From: Unidata User Support <address@hidden>
  >Organization: Unidata Program Center/UCAR
  >Keywords: IDD atm failover
  IDD sites feeding off of atm.geo.nsf.gov:
  The top level IDD relay node atm.geo.nsf.gov is currently inaccessible.
  If you feed from atm, please switch to feed from your failover.  
  If your failover site is inaccessible, please failover to one of the
  following machines using the preferance order listed:
  IDD relay node             datastreams available
  emo.unidata.ucar.edu       all non-restricted feeds
  oliver.unidata.ucar.edu    all non-restricted feeds
  unidata2.ssec.wisc.edu     IDS|DDPLUS, HDS, FSL2, UNIWISC, NNEXRAD, FNEXRAD
  thelma.ucar.edu            all non-restricted feeds
  We will send an email when we believe that it is safe to fail back
  to atm.
  Tom Yoksas

Since I see that you are subscribed to the ldm-users email list under
address@hidden, you should have received the message.  Did you not
receive the notice to failover?  If so, we will have to figure out why
the email did not get through to you.

>David Yeung
>Hong Kong University of Science & Technology


Tom Yoksas
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