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LDM server on packet1.bis.noaa.gov



>From: Unidata User Support <address@hidden>
>Organization: Unidata Program Center/UCAR
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Greetings,

I couldn't find any other contact, so hope you can pass this to the
appropriate person that has knowledge about a computer running
our LDM software and identifying itself as packet1.bis.noaa.gov

Since May 2, this machine has been sending in statistics to our
real-time LDM statistics server. From these reports, we can tell that the clock
on that machine is set 5 hours and 2 minutes in the future (possibly a
problem between the timezone and UTC offset).

The LDM software relies on the clock being set as accurately as possible,
and the use of a time in the future will cause any LDM host receiving data
from packet1.bis.noaa.gov to lose products in the event of the connection
being broken and needing to be re-established. 

Please contact address@hidden if you have any questions
regarding the reporting of statistics from packet1.

Steve Chiswell



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