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20050124: gribkey.tbl (cont.)

>From:  Robert Mullenax <address@hidden>
>Organization:  Universal Weather
>Keywords:  200501241852.j0OIqpv2006325 LDM pqact.conf entries

Hi Robert,

>Thanks.  Also, if a pqact entry does have mAVN/mSSIAVN, will that change

We recommend that you modify any entries you may have in
~ldm/etc/ldmd.conf and ~ldm/etc/pqact.conf (or other pqact
configuration files) that specifically reference AVN or ETA.  Instead
of simply changing AVN to GFS and ETA to NAM, we recommend that you
change your pattern to be able to handle both.

For instance, if you have a regular expression that refers to mAVN,
change it to refer to m(AVN|GFS), etc.

Don't forget to check the integrity of your modification in pqact.conf
by using

ldmadmin pqactcheck

If there are not typos, send a HUP signal to pqact telling it to reread
your actions:

ldmadmin pqactHUP



>-----Original Message-----
>From: Steve Chiswell
>To: Robert Mullenax
>Cc: 'address@hidden'; GEMPAK support
>Sent: 1/24/2005 11:36 AM
>Subject: 20050124: gribkey.tbl
>Yes, the model number for the NAM/ETA slot in NCEP's production
>will remain 84, which is the number that gribkey.tbl uses to determine
>the output file name. If you change gribkey.tbl, make sure your
>$GEMTBL/config/datatype.tbl table uses the same file naming conventions.
>Steve Chiswell
>Unidata User Support
>On Mon, 2005-01-24 at 08:36, Robert Mullenax wrote:
>> I am using GEMPAK 5.7.2p2 and am using gribkey.tbl entries to decode
>> model data instead of separate pqact entries.  After the switch to the
>> name of NAM for the ETA will my ETA decoding still work properly?
>> Thanks,
>> Robert Mullenax
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