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20041230: clock on brisa is 17 years in the future



>From: Tom Yoksas <address@hidden>
>Organization: Unidata Program Center/UCAR
>Keywords: 200412302001.iBUK1rlI005807 LDM clock

Hi David,

First, I hope that you have been having a relaxing holiday season!
Please say hit to folks at UFRJ for me...  it is hard for me to
believe that it was three and a half months ago that I was in Brazil.
Time is flying too fast!!

Secondly, Steve Chiswell was looking at the real time stats
being reported by brisa.meteoro.ufrj.br, when he noticed that
the clock on brisa is 17 years in the future.  I verified
this for myself:

address@hidden ldm]$ date -u
Fri Dec 31 21:32:28 UTC 2021

When the clock on the receiving machine is in advance of the clock
on machines sending data, there will be significant data loss upon
LDM stop and restart.  For brisa, no data would flow until the
time differenc between it and the upstream elapses -- 17 years!

Could you look into getting brisa's clock straightened out?
Thanks!

Have a great New Years...

Ciao,

Tom
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