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[IDD #CIX-410192]: GOES R script

Hi Gerry,

> More to the point, it's not writing anything in the subdir where I *think*
> l2assemble.py is trying to write to. Nothing in there.
> Tabs are in the correct positions; I've rechecked it. Here's my entry:
> ###
> ### NEW NEXRAD2 processing... We'll move it to its rightful place after
> testing
> ###
> ^L2-BZIP2/(....)/([0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-1][0-9][0-3][0-9])([0-2][0-9][0-5][0-9][0-9][0-9])/([0-9]*)/[0-9]*/(S|I|E)
> PIPE    -metadata /usr/local/ldm/scripts/l2assemble.py -g -t 960
> /work/LDM/radar/level2 -f raw --threads 20
> ###
> The File Model data messages are writing out OK, as near as I can tell.

Hmm... It may well be the case that l2assemble.py needs to find ldm.py
but that ldm-alchemy file has not been copied to the same directory in
which you put l2assemble.py.  I suggest this because this is what I
ran into when trying to run goes-restitch.py (which I modified)
on a clean installation.

I believe that you can check to see if a missing ldm.py file is the
cause by trying to invoke l2assemble.py by hand.

Please let me know if this helps!


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Ticket ID: CIX-410192
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Status: Closed
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