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[IDV #ZOM-669058]: time mismatch



> I uploaded a file (u850.2015120800.nc) to the idvuploads area on the
> Unidata RAMADDA server.  If I run ncdump -v time -t on the file, it
> prints out the correct times.
> 
> time = "2015-12-08", "2015-12-08 12", "2015-12-09", "2015-12-09 12",
> "2015-12-10", "2015-12-10 12", "2015-12-11", "2015-12-11 12",
> "2015-12-12", "2015-12-12 12", "2015-12-13", "2015-12-13 12",
> "2015-12-14", "2015-12-14 12", "2015-12-15", "2015-12-15 12",
> "2015-12-16", "2015-12-16 12", "2015-12-17", "2015-12-17 12",
> "2015-12-18", "2015-12-18 12", "2015-12-19", "2015-12-19 12",
> "2015-12-20", "2015-12-20 12", "2015-12-21", "2015-12-21 12",
> "2015-12-22", "2015-12-22 12", "2015-12-23", "2015-12-23 12",
> "2015-12-24" ;
> 

Don,
     You need to specify the calendar attribute to be "gregorian" to get the 
correct time, it is supposed to
be standard or default, but your init time is way before 1845. Still, I think 
it is a bug in the CDM.


Yuan
> 
> If I load that file into the IDV, the times are 2 days off (first time
> is 2015-12-10 00 instead of 2015-12-08 00).
> 
> There is no calendar attribute, but it seems like ncdump knows how to
> handle that correctly.
> 
> Don
> --
> Don Murray
> NOAA/ESRL/PSD and CU-CIRES
> 303-497-3596
> http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/psd/people/don.murray/
> 
> 


Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: ZOM-669058
Department: Support IDV
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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