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20041130: CONDUIT model name changes effect on end user 12Z GFS/ETA processing



>From: =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Christian_Pag=E9?= <address@hidden>
>Organization: UQAM
>Keywords: 200411302007.iAUK7FlI010437

Hi Christian,

re: notice of CONDUIT header changes with model rename
>Is this needed to regular IDD data?

No.

>Also, I want to be able to receive CONDUIT data.

OK.  We will initiate the process of setting you up to feed CONDUIT
from either the University of Illinois or the University of
Wisoconsin and get back to you when this they are ready.

Given some of the seemingly volume related problems you have had
ingesting data in the not too distant past, have you considered
how the addition of CONDUIT ingestion will impact your network?
The full CONDUIT datastream averages over 1 GB/hour and has peaks
that can approach 2 GB/hour.

>Christian Pagé
>http://meteocentre.com/    http://meteoalerte.com/
>
>Etudiant au Doctorat en Sciences de l'environnement UQAM
>+1 514 987 3000 ext. 2376

Cheers,

Tom
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