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Re: FSL Profiler data



Hi Rusty,

10.?

Nope, that's a local IP...we need to know, and so does the LDM, how you appear to the outside world.

If you cannot derive this, we can sniff the logs to see how you look to us...

Jeff

On Thu, 5 Jun 2014, William Pennoyer wrote:

Well. I'm only working with one of them right now, and that would be 10.144.2.173
Should I execute that command now?



Jeff Weber said the following on 6/5/2014 2:56 PM:
Rusty,

Looks OK, nothing dying...if there are no prods coming across, you will see nothing, until one does....but we have data coming across, i am seeing it using the same command.

What are the IP's of the machine(s) making the request? Let's verify forward and reverse DNS..

Jeff

On Thu, 5 Jun 2014, William Pennoyer wrote:

Jeff,

I try this and get back this.

$ notifyme -vl - -h idd.unidata.ucar.edu -f FSL2 -o 3600 -p .NetCDF
Jun 05 18:26:18 notifyme[27338] NOTE: Starting Up: idd.unidata.ucar.edu: 20140605172618.874 TS_ENDT {{FSL2, ".NetCDF"}}
Jun 05 18:26:18 notifyme[27338] NOTE: LDM-5 desired product-class: 20140605172618.874 TS_ENDT {{FSL2, ".NetCDF"}}
Jun 05 18:26:18 notifyme[27338] INFO: Resolving idd.unidata.ucar.edu to 128.117.140.3 took 0.00163
4 seconds


Then it tries again and again. I use the numerical IP in the LDM conf files.

Rusty
Jeff Weber said the following on 6/5/2014 2:21 PM:
Hi Rusty,

They will need to have BOTH forward and reverse DNS resolution.

..without this, they will fail.

If you are using:

idd.unidata.ucar.edu

...then we have a blanket allow for NOAA, otherwise we will need to contact upstream host with hostname and IP of feeding machines.

More horses, yeee haw!

Jeff
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On Thu, 5 Jun 2014, William Pennoyer wrote:

Jeff,

I'm installing LDM on two new systems. Do the addresses for these two systems need to be added to any other system to get data from FSL/unidata?

Thanks,

Rusty

Jeff Weber said the following on 6/5/2014 12:35 PM:
Hi Rusty,

Yes, using:

notifyme -vl - -h idd.unidata.ucar.edu -f FSL2 -o 3600 -p .NetCDF

I am only seeing a few:

FSL.NetCDF.NOAAnet.RASS.06min.20141561618

and

FSL.NetCDF.NOAAnet.windprofiler.06min.20141561618


..wait, a few more are trickling in.

Keep in mind there has been no money to maintain the profilers for some time. Eventually they will go away..hopefully be replaced with a much more dense network of radiometers, but we'll have to wait and see on that one :)

Looks like the feed is up, is there a certain product you are looking for?

Jeff
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On Thu, 5 Jun 2014, William Pennoyer wrote:

Hi Jeff,

  Have you been experiencing an outage from FSL for profiler data?

Thanks,

Rusty









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