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[IDD #MTI-575374]: UBA-PC Problems



Hi Guillermo,

re:
> Great, I comment those lines and now I'm not getting the errors.

Very good.

> When I run "ldmadmin watch -f IDS" it prints out:
> "(Type ^D when finished)"
> and nothing else.

Hmm... This is not how it should be.

> I think I might comment something I shouldn't :\\.
> I'm sending you the "ldmd.conf" and "pqact.conf" just to see if they are ok.

Your ldmd.conf request lines look correct:

request IDS|DDPLUS      ".*"    idd.unidata.ucar.edu    PRIMARY
request HDS     ".*"    idd.unidata.ucar.edu    PRIMARY
request UNIWISC ".*"    idd.unidata.ucar.edu    PRIMARY

request IDS|DDPLUS      ".*"    moingobe.cptec.inpe.br  ALTERNATE
request HDS     ".*"    moingobe.cptec.inpe.br  ALTERNATE
request UNIWISC ".*"    moingobe.cptec.inpe.br  ALTERNATE

It is possible that you were not receiving any IDS|DDPLUS data when you
ran the 'ldmadmin watch -f IDS' command.  This can happen if/when:

- there is no new data to receive (not very likely since IDS|DDPLUS has
  new products all of the time)

- your system clock is off so that your request was requesting data from
  the upstream host whose time is in the future.

Please verify that your system clock is correct.  We strongly recommend
running ntpd to keep your clock accurate.

> ---------- OTHER PACKAGES
> I was looking in the backups I made and see that there were more packages
> I just now downloaded some(*) but not yet install them.
> 
> - idv
> * - udunits
> * - netcdf
> * - netcdf-decoders
> 
> I also added to ldms ".bash_profile" file, the content of my ( backed-up:
> .bash_profile ); in which there are some PATH definitions and other stuff
> pointing to "udunits" and "netcdf".

OK.

> I created the netcdf directory, and the links to bin, etc.. as I saw in
> the backup; buy really I've no idea what this packages are, and how to
> configure them.

OK.  Let's take one step at a time.

> "netcdf-decoders" and "udunits" are sources. do I compile them just:
> [src]$ ./configure
> [src]$ make && make install
> or is there other stuff to do before ?

You may need to set some environment variables.  I will have a look when
I get a chance to logon to your system (this will not be for awhile as
we are in the midst of our training workshops).

> Do we need to install McIDAS-X first ?

No.

> If you see something wrong let me know.

I will let you know if/when I seen anything wrong.  Again, this will have
to wait for a number of days since we are in the middle of our training
workshop series at the moment.

> PS: The server is now at my home, that way I can spend more time with it.
> I'll be moving it to UBA the next week and there it will become
> "unidata.at.fcen.uba.ar" with "IP 157.92.28.2"

OK. Thanks for letting me know.

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: MTI-575374
Department: Support IDD
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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