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Tom,

That is likely the cause, since I don't see any CONDUIT data 
flowing through *.db.erau.edu, so Chris probably did not
keep pace with the data stream changes. The cause would be
his ldmd.conf request pattern.

Steve Chiswell
Unidata User Support




>From: "Thomas L. Mote" <address@hidden>
>Organization: UCAR/Unidata
>Keywords: 200412291739.iBTHdZlI021343

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>Steve,
>
>I did this and am still not receiving anything. I wonder
>if my upstream feed at Embry-Riddle did the same.
>I sent an e-mail and tried to call, but he may not be
>around this week.
>
>Tom
>
>
>
>Unidata Support wrote:
>
>>Tom,
>>
>>All the CONDUIT patterns were changes back in November.
>>This is now "MT.nam" in the pattern below. Also, you
>>would need to check your ldmd.conf. This change was made 
>>due to the NWS changing the names on their file servers.
>>
>>Steve Chiswell
>>Unidata User Support
>>
>>
>>  
>>
>>>From: "Thomas L. Mote" <address@hidden>
>>>Organization: UCAR/Unidata
>>>Keywords: 200412291602.iBTG2jlI009341
>>>    
>>>
>>
>>  
>>
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>>>
>>>Steve,
>>>
>>>How will the header changes affect CONDUIT. You gave me
>>>a pqact entry for CONDUIT that looks like:
>>>
>>>CONDUIT MT.eta_CY.(..)/RD.(........)/.*/fh.(....)_(.*) !(.*)!
>>>       FILE    data/conduit/\2\1F\3_\4
>>>
>>>
>>>Will this need to change as well?
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>Steve Chiswell wrote:
>>>
>>>    
>>>
>>>>Mike,
>>>>
>>>>Our DVB-S test noaaport ingest system was restarted yesterday which
>>>>allowed some products from the current nwstg channel with new 
>>>>/m metatags in the HDS data stream.
>>>>
>>>>I have restored the system and the tags should be as previous.
>>>>
>>>>Now, since the subject has been brought up...
>>>>
>>>>At present, the ETA products in the HDS data stream have
>>>>a /mETA string appended to the LDM product header. This will be
>>>>changing to /mNAM. The former AVN products (now called GFS)
>>>>have been tagged /mAVN and /mSSIAVN. These will change to
>>>>/mGFS and /mSSIGFS. We will announce a time when these headers
>>>>will change, which will be implemented at all the ingest locations for
>>>>HDS within the IDD.
>>>>
>>>>In the mean time, if you currently have patterns with /mETA, you can
>>>>update these to /m(ETA|NAM) to work under either convention.
>>>>Similarly, /m(AVN|SSIAVN) can be updated to /m(AVN|SSIAVN|GFS|SSIGFS).
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>Steve Chiswell
>>>>Unidata User Support
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>On Tue, 2004-12-28 at 11:32, Mike Voss wrote:
>>>> 
>>>>
>>>>      
>>>>
>>>>>Has the HDS data feed has changed recently. I'm not decoding 
>>>>>any of the ETA or AVN grids since 12/28 at 00Z. I have done limited 
>>>>>trouble shooting because I'm on vacation, but at least I know the HDS 
>>>>>feed is flowing, my disks aren't full, all my other data is being filed 
>>>>>and decoded properly.
>>>>>
>>>>>So, before I waste time, I thought I would check to see if anything has 
>>>>>changed. I know the Conduit feed changed the ETA to NAM and AVN to GFS, 
>>>>>but the HDS names stayed the same, yes?
>>>>>
>>>>>thanks,
>>>>>-Mike
>>>>>
>>>>>--------------------------
>>>>>Mike Voss 
>>>>>Department of Meteorology 
>>>>>San Jose State University 
>>>>>One Washington Square 
>>>>>San Jose, CA 95192-0104
>>>>>
>>>>>408.924.5204 voice
>>>>>408.924.5191 fax
>>>>>   
>>>>>
>>>>>        
>>>>>
>>>> 
>>>>
>>>>      
>>>>
>>>-- 
>>>
>>>Thomas L. Mote, Associate Professor
>>>Graduate Coordinator
>>>Department of Geography 
>>>University of Georgia
>>>Athens, GA 30602-2502 USA
>>>
>>>e-mail: address@hidden
>>>voice:   706-542-2906
>>>lab:     706-542-6060
>>>fax:     706-542-2388
>>>
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>>><br>
>>>Steve,<br>
>>><br>
>>>How will the header changes affect CONDUIT. You gave me<br>
>>>a pqact entry for CONDUIT that looks like:<br>
>>><br>
>>>CONDUIT MT.eta_CY.(..)/RD.(........)/.*/fh.(....)_(.*) !(.*)!<br>
>>>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; FILE&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; data/condu
> it
>>>/\2\1F\3_\4<br>
>>><br>
>>><br>
>>>Will this need to change as well?<br>
>>><br>
>>><br>
>>><br>
>>>Steve Chiswell wrote:<br>
>>><blockquote type="cite"
>>>cite="address@hidden">
>>> <pre wrap="">Mike,
>>>
>>>Our DVB-S test noaaport ingest system was restarted yesterday which
>>>allowed some products from the current nwstg channel with new 
>>>/m metatags in the HDS data stream.
>>>
>>>I have restored the system and the tags should be as previous.
>>>
>>>Now, since the subject has been brought up...
>>>
>>>At present, the ETA products in the HDS data stream have
>>>a /mETA string appended to the LDM product header. This will be
>>>changing to /mNAM. The former AVN products (now called GFS)
>>>have been tagged /mAVN and /mSSIAVN. These will change to
>>>/mGFS and /mSSIGFS. We will announce a time when these headers
>>>will change, which will be implemented at all the ingest locations for
>>>HDS within the IDD.
>>>
>>>In the mean time, if you currently have patterns with /mETA, you can
>>>update these to /m(ETA|NAM) to work under either convention.
>>>Similarly, /m(AVN|SSIAVN) can be updated to /m(AVN|SSIAVN|GFS|SSIGFS).
>>>
>>>
>>>Steve Chiswell
>>>Unidata User Support
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>On Tue, 2004-12-28 at 11:32, Mike Voss wrote:
>>> </pre>
>>> <blockquote type="cite">
>>>   <pre wrap="">Has the HDS data feed has changed recently. I'm not decoding
>  
>>>any of the ETA or AVN grids since 12/28 at 00Z. I have done limited 
>>>trouble shooting because I'm on vacation, but at least I know the HDS 
>>>feed is flowing, my disks aren't full, all my other data is being filed 
>>>and decoded properly.
>>>
>>>So, before I waste time, I thought I would check to see if anything has 
>>>changed. I know the Conduit feed changed the ETA to NAM and AVN to GFS, 
>>>but the HDS names stayed the same, yes?
>>>
>>>thanks,
>>>-Mike
>>>
>>>--------------------------
>>>Mike Voss 
>>>Department of Meteorology 
>>>San Jose State University 
>>>One Washington Square 
>>>San Jose, CA 95192-0104
>>>
>>>408.924.5204 voice
>>>408.924.5191 fax
>>>   </pre>
>>> </blockquote>
>>> <pre wrap=""><!---->
>>> </pre>
>>></blockquote>
>>><br>
>>><pre class="moz-signature" cols="72">-- 
>>>
>>>Thomas L. Mote, Associate Professor
>>>Graduate Coordinator
>>>Department of Geography 
>>>University of Georgia
>>>Athens, GA 30602-2502 USA
>>>
>>>e-mail: <a class="moz-txt-link-abbreviated" href="mailto:address@hidden";>tmot
> e@
>>>uga.edu</a>
>>>voice:   706-542-2906
>>>lab:     706-542-6060
>>>fax:     706-542-2388</pre>
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>>>
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>>>    
>>>
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>-- 
>
>Thomas L. Mote, Associate Professor
>Graduate Coordinator
>Department of Geography 
>University of Georgia
>Athens, GA 30602-2502 USA
>
>e-mail: address@hidden
>voice:   706-542-2906
>lab:     706-542-6060
>fax:     706-542-2388
>
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><br>
>Steve,<br>
><br>
>I did this and am still not receiving anything. I wonder<br>
>if my upstream feed at Embry-Riddle did the same.<br>
>I sent an e-mail and tried to call, but he may not be<br>
>around this week.<br>
><br>
>Tom<br>
><br>
><br>
><br>
>Unidata Support wrote:<br>
><blockquote type="cite"
> cite="address@hidden">
>  <pre wrap="">Tom,
>
>All the CONDUIT patterns were changes back in November.
>This is now "MT.nam" in the pattern below. Also, you
>would need to check your ldmd.conf. This change was made 
>due to the NWS changing the names on theiur file servers.
>
>Steve Chiswell
>Unidata User Support
>
>
>  </pre>
>  <blockquote type="cite">
>    <pre wrap="">From: "Thomas L. Mote" <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E" href=
> "mailto:address@hidden";>&lt;address@hidden&gt;</a>
>Organization: UCAR/Unidata
>Keywords: 200412291602.iBTG2jlI009341
>    </pre>
>  </blockquote>
>  <pre wrap=""><!---->
>  </pre>
>  <blockquote type="cite">
>    <pre wrap="">This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
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>
>Steve,
>
>How will the header changes affect CONDUIT. You gave me
>a pqact entry for CONDUIT that looks like:
>
>CONDUIT MT.eta_CY.(..)/RD.(........)/.*/fh.(....)_(.*) !(.*)!
>       FILE    data/conduit/\2\1F\3_\4
>
>
>Will this need to change as well?
>
>
>
>Steve Chiswell wrote:
>
>    </pre>
>    <blockquote type="cite">
>      <pre wrap="">Mike,
>
>Our DVB-S test noaaport ingest system was restarted yesterday which
>allowed some products from the current nwstg channel with new 
>/m metatags in the HDS data stream.
>
>I have restored the system and the tags should be as previous.
>
>Now, since the subject has been brought up...
>
>At present, the ETA products in the HDS data stream have
>a /mETA string appended to the LDM product header. This will be
>changing to /mNAM. The former AVN products (now called GFS)
>have been tagged /mAVN and /mSSIAVN. These will change to
>/mGFS and /mSSIGFS. We will announce a time when these headers
>will change, which will be implemented at all the ingest locations for
>HDS within the IDD.
>
>In the mean time, if you currently have patterns with /mETA, you can
>update these to /m(ETA|NAM) to work under either convention.
>Similarly, /m(AVN|SSIAVN) can be updated to /m(AVN|SSIAVN|GFS|SSIGFS).
>
>
>Steve Chiswell
>Unidata User Support
>
>
>
>
>
>On Tue, 2004-12-28 at 11:32, Mike Voss wrote:
> 
>
>      </pre>
>      <blockquote type="cite">
>        <pre wrap="">Has the HDS data feed has changed recently. I'm not decod
> ing 
>any of the ETA or AVN grids since 12/28 at 00Z. I have done limited 
>trouble shooting because I'm on vacation, but at least I know the HDS 
>feed is flowing, my disks aren't full, all my other data is being filed 
>and decoded properly.
>
>So, before I waste time, I thought I would check to see if anything has 
>changed. I know the Conduit feed changed the ETA to NAM and AVN to GFS, 
>but the HDS names stayed the same, yes?
>
>thanks,
>-Mike
>
>--------------------------
>Mike Voss 
>Department of Meteorology 
>San Jose State University 
>One Washington Square 
>San Jose, CA 95192-0104
>
>408.924.5204 voice
>408.924.5191 fax
>   
>
>        </pre>
>      </blockquote>
>      <pre wrap=""> 
>
>      </pre>
>    </blockquote>
>    <pre wrap="">-- 
>
>Thomas L. Mote, Associate Professor
>Graduate Coordinator
>Department of Geography 
>University of Georgia
>Athens, GA 30602-2502 USA
>
>e-mail: <a class="moz-txt-link-abbreviated" href="mailto:address@hidden";>tmote@
> uga.edu</a>
>voice:   706-542-2906
>lab:     706-542-6060
>fax:     706-542-2388
>
>
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>&lt;br&gt;
>Steve,&lt;br&gt;
>&lt;br&gt;
>How will the header changes affect CONDUIT. You gave me&lt;br&gt;
>a pqact entry for CONDUIT that looks like:&lt;br&gt;
>&lt;br&gt;
>CONDUIT MT.eta_CY.(..)/RD.(........)/.*/fh.(....)_(.*) !(.*)!&lt;br&gt;
>&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp; FILE&am
> p;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp; data/conduit
>/\2\1F\3_\4&lt;br&gt;
>&lt;br&gt;
>&lt;br&gt;
>Will this need to change as well?&lt;br&gt;
>&lt;br&gt;
>&lt;br&gt;
>&lt;br&gt;
>Steve Chiswell wrote:&lt;br&gt;
>&lt;blockquote type="cite"
>cite=<a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E" href="mailto:mid1104262275.1047841.720.c
> address@hidden">"address@hidden
> r.edu"</a>&gt;
> &lt;pre wrap=""&gt;Mike,
>
>Our DVB-S test noaaport ingest system was restarted yesterday which
>allowed some products from the current nwstg channel with new 
>/m metatags in the HDS data stream.
>
>I have restored the system and the tags should be as previous.
>
>Now, since the subject has been brought up...
>
>At present, the ETA products in the HDS data stream have
>a /mETA string appended to the LDM product header. This will be
>changing to /mNAM. The former AVN products (now called GFS)
>have been tagged /mAVN and /mSSIAVN. These will change to
>/mGFS and /mSSIGFS. We will announce a time when these headers
>will change, which will be implemented at all the ingest locations for
>HDS within the IDD.
>
>In the mean time, if you currently have patterns with /mETA, you can
>update these to /m(ETA|NAM) to work under either convention.
>Similarly, /m(AVN|SSIAVN) can be updated to /m(AVN|SSIAVN|GFS|SSIGFS).
>
>
>Steve Chiswell
>Unidata User Support
>
>
>
>
>
>On Tue, 2004-12-28 at 11:32, Mike Voss wrote:
> &lt;/pre&gt;
> &lt;blockquote type="cite"&gt;
>   &lt;pre wrap=""&gt;Has the HDS data feed has changed recently. I'm not deco
> ding 
>any of the ETA or AVN grids since 12/28 at 00Z. I have done limited 
>trouble shooting because I'm on vacation, but at least I know the HDS 
>feed is flowing, my disks aren't full, all my other data is being filed 
>and decoded properly.
>
>So, before I waste time, I thought I would check to see if anything has 
>changed. I know the Conduit feed changed the ETA to NAM and AVN to GFS, 
>but the HDS names stayed the same, yes?
>
>thanks,
>-Mike
>
>--------------------------
>Mike Voss 
>Department of Meteorology 
>San Jose State University 
>One Washington Square 
>San Jose, CA 95192-0104
>
>408.924.5204 voice
>408.924.5191 fax
>   &lt;/pre&gt;
> &lt;/blockquote&gt;
> &lt;pre wrap=""&gt;&lt;!----&gt;
> &lt;/pre&gt;
>&lt;/blockquote&gt;
>&lt;br&gt;
>&lt;pre class="moz-signature" cols="72"&gt;-- 
>
>Thomas L. Mote, Associate Professor
>Graduate Coordinator
>Department of Geography 
>University of Georgia
>Athens, GA 30602-2502 USA
>
>e-mail: &lt;a class="moz-txt-link-abbreviated" href=<a class="moz-txt-link-rfc
> 2396E" href="mailto:address@hidden";>"mailto:address@hidden";</a>&gt;tmote@
>uga.edu&lt;/a&gt;
>voice:   706-542-2906
>lab:     706-542-6060
>fax:     706-542-2388&lt;/pre&gt;
>&lt;/body&gt;
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>
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>
>Thomas L. Mote, Associate Professor
>Graduate Coordinator
>Department of Geography 
>University of Georgia
>Athens, GA 30602-2502 USA
>
>e-mail: <a class="moz-txt-link-abbreviated" href="mailto:address@hidden";>tmote@
> uga.edu</a>
>voice:   706-542-2906
>lab:     706-542-6060
>fax:     706-542-2388</pre>
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