> Hello IDV folks. > > We are having trouble displaying 3D fields from a WRF datafile, although 2D > displays from the same data file are fine. > > "Couldn't get data > opendap.dap.DataReadException: Inconsistent array length > read: 1165128303 != 1914731274" > > Any 3D field from > http://weather.rsmas.miami.edu:8080/repository/entry/show/UM+RAMADDA+Data+Repository/Hurricane+Nature+Run/wrfout_d04_2005-08-04_00%3A06%3A00?entryid=synth%3A4fc366e9-f32c-48b1-ad2d-abd982459962%3AL3dyZm91dF9kMDRfMjAwNS0wOC0wNF8wMDowNjowMA%3D%3D<http://weather.rsmas.miami.edu:8080/repository/entry/show/UM+RAMADDA+Data+Repository/Hurricane+Nature+Run/wrfout_d04_2005-08-04_00:06:00?entryid=synth:4fc366e9-f32c-48b1-ad2d-abd982459962:L3dyZm91dF9kMDRfMjAwNS0wOC0wNF8wMDowNjowMA==> > or any other d04 file in > http://weather.rsmas.miami.edu:8080/repository/entry/show/UM+RAMADDA+Data+Repository/Hurricane+Nature+Run?entryid=4fc366e9-f32c-48b1-ad2d-abd982459962 > > > The problem is with domain 4 only, a large high resolution domain. > Are we hitting some limit on datafile size? > I tried 2 files, they are the same size and the same error occurs. > > > I understand that you recommend postprocessing WRF data, > but this doesn't seem like a problem with the staggering. > Brian, This is not staggering problem. I think something on the server side causes this problem. Can you try locally? I was thinking about downloading, but this 8+ G is too big. Yuan > Thanks, > Brian > > Brian Mapes > address@hidden<mailto:address@hidden> or address@hidden<mailto:address@hidden> > > > > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: UXF-172934 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Open
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