Gerry, I'll be available next week (other than the holiday on Monday). If you have a specific Level2 file, I can compare it to what we received here if its within the past day. If it can't be displayed in both files, then we'd start with the RSL library which is used to read the data. Typically, if you are seing only a 100 radial image, the possibilities are: 1) LDM is receiving out of order if you have multiple request lines for the CRAFT feed. If that is the case, the file should be the full size, but possibly the scans can't be assembled out of sequence ?! 2) The file isn't complete. Possibilities would be -data getting clobbered in the queue before it gets FILEd to disk. This would look like data files showing up on disk well after the LDM had received it, and simply pqact falling way behind in processing. -The file actions I provided don't work?! Or aren't the same as what you have?! Anyhow, send me a file when you get a current one (sounds like that isn't a problem since it happens all the time?). Let me compare with what we have and I'll let you know where we can start from there. Steve Chiswell Unidata User Support On Fri, 2006-02-17 at 15:16, Gerry Creager wrote: > Steve, > > Never mind. Too many weeks on the road. > > 'Nother question, perhaps more clear... > > I mentioned a CRAFT/Gempak problem while at AMS. Might you have some > time next week to look at it? Specifically, what I'm now seeing when I > run gpnexr2 against the data I get in... on some systems and I have to > confirm gempak versions, etc.... I seem to be getting only a small > portion of the scan rather than the result of a full volume scan. The > scripts have not changed since they were last working. I've got to do a > little more homework to make sure we didn't have someone install new > code without thinking. > > I've a couple of sample volume-scan files that have precip and should > show a nice image, but don't for me, that we can work with. > > When'd be a good time to send these and then perhaps talk about stupid > user tricks? > > Thanks, Gerry > > Steve Chiswell wrote: > > Gerry, > > > > Can you clarify your question? The NAM data on CONDUIT is > > available through 84 hours. I'm not catching your "saw" reference. > > > > Steve Chiswell > > Unidata User Support > > > > > > On Fri, 2006-02-17 at 07:25, Gerry Creager N5JXS wrote: > > > >>Steve, I got into the C^2 meeting 'way late. I looked at the summary > >>but didn't see the ansewr to the question: Are we going to start seeing > >>more than 48 hrs of data for, saw, Eta/NAM (soon to be WRF)? > >> > >>Thanks, gerry
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