Steve, We have fixed the clock drift issue on ldm1. Sorry for any problems that this caused. Jeremiah Jackson -- Systems Administrator ERC Broadband -- www.ercbroadband.org (Ph) 828.350.2415 -- (Fax) 828.350.2008 _____________________________________________________________ For quicker response to requests please be aware of the following email addresses and phone numbers: After-Hours Support Line: 866.ERC.7110 General Technical Questions: address@hidden General Sales Questions: address@hidden IP / DNS / Routing: address@hidden Abuse Reports: address@hidden -----Original Message----- From: Hunter Goosmann Sent: Thursday, March 29, 2007 2:42 PM To: address@hidden Cc: address@hidden; notify Subject: RE: Clock drift on nws-ldm1.hpcc.ercbroadband.org Thank you, Steve, for pointing this out. I emailed our staff at address@hidden with this message and they are looking at it now. Best regards, Hunter Goosmann ERC Broadband -----Original Message----- From: Steve Chiswell [mailto:address@hidden Sent: Thursday, March 29, 2007 2:38 PM To: Hunter Goosmann; Mark Haney Cc: address@hidden Subject: Clock drift on nws-ldm1.hpcc.ercbroadband.org Hunter / Mark, I don't know who at ERC is responsible for the LDM hosts that handle level 2 radar data, but wanted to let you know that the stats we receive from: nws-ldm1.hpcc.ercbroadband.org show an apparent clock drift in the future of approximately 28 minutes on that machine. The other stats from ERC look fine. The drift into the future can cause problems for downstream LDM sites requesting data. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact address@hidden Steve Chiswell Unidata User Support -- Steve Chiswell <address@hidden> Unidata
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