Stonie, The FOS header check flag for sequence number difference is not an option for NIMAGE. The MD5 is not based on feedtype or other product queue structure information so the same product inserted more than once will be a duplicate. One work around if you have control over this with your stream is to append either a blank line or something like a unique date stamp following the data of the product that won't interfere with decoding/display of the image, but will generate a unique MD5. This is what was done for the floater NIDS images to make them distinct from the same products being carried in the NNEXRAD feed. Steve Chiswell Unidata User Support On Thu, 2004-06-10 at 11:54, Stonie Cooper wrote: > Steve, > > Have a quick question. We have a config for streaming some data to LDM > (6.0.14) that sends the same product twice to the queue - but applies a > different feedtype and sequence number. > > Unfortunately, the MD5 dedup catches the duplicate and throws it away. > > Is there a way to turn deduplication off . . . or use the feedtype and/or > sequence number in the MD5 to get a unique product? It happens to be GINI > imagery . . . so applying a faux sequence number in a faux FOS header is not > an option. > > Thanks for any advise.
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