>From: "Patrick S. Market" <address@hidden> >Organization: U Missouri >Keywords: 200301171825.h0HIPgx27808 ldm-mcidas GEMPAK GARP FSL2 Pat, I am just touching base to let you know that we did receive your email concerning problems you were having displaying satellite imagery are continuing to have displaying profiler data in GARP. Since the problem is related to GEMPAK/GARP and not ldm-mcidas decoding, Steve Chiswell will be taking over the support. Unfortunately, Steve is incredibly busy right now preparing for a meeting being held here at the UPC next week. >Well, the satellite issue resolved itself. The machine at OU went down >last week, and did not come back up cleanly. We are now set that way. > >However, we still are unable to access profiler data. Each time >I try to do so, I get a message from GARP that no profiler files were >found. Yet, I have changed nothing regarding where the data are written or >the Garp_defaults file, and we continue to have new hourly and 6min >files created everyday. > >I have called your number below and left the password for ldm. I believe that Chiz will first ask you some questions about your GEMPAK setup. I would also anticipate a question as to whether or not the problems you have displaying profiler winds are new, or if the display has ever worked -- it sounds as though it was working and now doesn't. Tom Yoksas >Thanks, > >Pat > >> >> >From: "Patrick S. Market" <address@hidden> >> >Organization: U Missouri >> >Keywords: 200301171825.h0HIPgx27808 ldm-mcidas >> >> Patrick, >> >> >Hello. I am writing to you regarding an apparent problem with our LDM >> >and satellite images. I mistakenly wrote to Jeff Weber, intending to >> >write to you, although I'll be happy to have help from anyone. >> > >> >In a nutshell, we are no longer receiving satellite images into GARP. >> >> Are you receiving the imagery by the IDD? If yes, are they being decoded >> by pqact.conf actions? >> >> >Everything else seems to function well, except for that. I have looked >> >around, and it seems that we may have lost SATANNOT and SATBAND >> >from the /etc in /usr/local/ldm. However, I have put new copies >> >there, and that does not seem to have worked. >> >> Have you made any other modifications to the LDM ingestion/decoding >> of Unidata-Wisconsin imagery (IDD feed type MCIDAS or UNIWISC)? >> >> >I had some other work >> >done on the system on Monday (which should not have impacted the >> >LDM at all), and then rebooted the system on Tuesday. >> >> Those things that "should have not impacted the LDM" typically turn >> out to be gotchas :-( >> >> >I failed to >> >restart the LDM after the system reboot until Wednesday. >> >> OK. >> >> >Do you have time to take a quick look at our system? >> >> If you give us a login to your machine as the user 'ldm', I will take >> a quick look at your setup for ingesting and decoding the Unidata-Wisconsin >> images. If this is OK, then the problem is something in your GARP >> setup, and Chiz will have to help you. >> >> Tom
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