Gregg, > Thanks for the help on the pqact.conf entry for the rtstats (not sure > why I didn't think about a regular expression). Overall the reason for > the recent queries is I have an awk script that would go through and > total the product count and bytes per product for a day and then I can > see how data volume is changing. I haven't executed the awk script in > quite some time and it was created back when pqbinstats was still around. It should be relatively easy to modify the script to work with the rtstats(1) data-products. > My question: While looking for the answer to the rtstats query on the > Unidata website, I found the IDD stats/graphs pages on the Unidata site > and noted there are a number of stats from .noaa.gov. Is NOAA (i.e. > NWS) intentionally sending the stats to Unidata for some reason, or is > it perhaps by accident because they uncommented the entry in the > ldmd.conf file? We work with NWS sites quite a bit and the documentation on the LDM is online, easily accessible, and describes the customization process and rtstats(1) in detail, so I guess I'd be surprised if the reporting is by accident. I can't say for certain, however. Is it important? > Thanks, > Gregg Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: TVU-725269 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: On Hold
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