>From: Gerry Creager n5jxs <address@hidden> >Organization: AATLT, Texas A&M University >Keywords: 200505062130.j46LUfP3001294 LDM ingest howto Hi Gerry, >Is there a how-to for data ingest and placement into the LDM IDD? Unfortunately, no. The process is easy, however: - use pqinsert to insert products into the local LDM queue in a particular IDD datastream (typically EXP) The 'challange' is to create a product header (metadata) that the downstream user can use to select what they receive (in an ldmd.conf request entry) and process (in a pqaqct.conf entry). The default header/metadata is the name of the file, but that is usually not sufficiently descriptive to allow downstreams to request/process products selectively. I create the UNIWISC datastream products in just this way AND name them with the byte sequence that ends up being their metadata, so the process is straigtforward. I recommend that you first try a simple product header and familiarize yourself with the process and then reflect on what meta data would be useful for individualized pqact.conf entries. >I've >started generating MM5 data and we're using it on a small LDM network >isolated within the SCOOP project. We're also moving ADCIRC, ElCIRC and >other data around. OK, sounds good. >I've been looking for the recipe for adding data via files created on >the system. Is there a simple way to do this, or do I need to keep looking? The process is so simple that we have never felt the need of creating a HOWTO to do it. Please take a look at the man page for pqinsert to get going. >Thanks, Gerry No worries. Cheers, Tom (from Valladolid, Spain!) -- NOTE: All email exchanges with Unidata User Support are recorded in the Unidata inquiry tracking system and then made publicly available through the web. If you do not want to have your interactions made available in this way, you must let us know in each email you send to us. >From address@hidden Sun May 8 15:58:09 2005 Thanks! And, you're right. For some reason, I was blind to pqinsert. Once I was pointed that way (Thanks to Steve Emmerson!) I'm well down the path. gerry
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