David, >Date: Tue, 6 Jul 2004 06:29:35 -0700 >From: David Ovens <address@hidden> >Organization: University of Washington >To: Steve Emmerson <address@hidden> >Subject: Re: 20040702: potential LDM/pqact problem on OSF/1 >Keywords: 200406241954.i5OJsCWb010248 LDM PIPE Perl The above message contained the following: > This seems to be fixed! I implemented your new pqact last Friday and > have had no problems since then. All files have been of consistent > size on our OSF/1 and SunOS machines whether 'FILE'd or written by the > PERL script or written by the ldmfile.sh Bourne shell script. Excellent! > Thank you both for all of your efforts last week. As I said before, > we probably would never have resolved this without you. You're welcome. Thank you for the interesting problem. > David > -- > David Ovens e-mail: address@hidden > Research Meteorologist phone: (206) 685-8108 > Dept of Atm. Sciences plan: Real-time MM5 forecasting for the > Box 351640 Pacific Northwest > University of Washington http://www.atmos.washington.edu/mm5rt > Seattle, WA 98195 Weather Graphics and Loops Regards, Steve Emmerson
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