Alan, > So sorry....The columns are 1) Radar ID; 2) volume scan number > (generated by the radar); 3) sequence number; 4) date and time of volume > scan (when the scan began); 5) time it was received (local time); 6) > either blank or an E to signify the end of the scan. > > It's just an excerpt of the last few radial files. The sequence number > identifies the radial file from the first to the last. All domestic > radars start the sequences at 1, I have received a few from S. Korea > that begin with 0. When you do an ldmadmin watch, you will see > something like: > > Jun 04 17:27:19 pqutil INFO: 4411 20080604172718.712 NEXRAD2 698010 > L2-BZIP2/KESX/20080604172424/698/10 > Jun 04 17:27:19 pqutil INFO: 10210 20080604172718.708 NEXRAD2 449044 > L2-BZIP2/KUDX/20080604172142/449/44 > Jun 04 17:27:19 pqutil INFO: 8917 20080604172719.286 NEXRAD2 55002 > L2-BZIP2/KFSD/20080604172710/55/2 > Jun 04 17:27:19 pqutil INFO: 7807 20080604172719.289 NEXRAD2 249002 > L2-BZIP2/KLRX/20080604172710/249/2 > Jun 04 17:27:20 pqutil INFO: 21976 20080604172719.145 NEXRAD2 593016 > L2-BZIP2/KBUF/20080604172515/593/16 > Jun 04 17:27:20 pqutil INFO: 13514 20080604172719.670 NEXRAD2 175054 > L2-BZIP2/KSFX/20080604172350/175/54 > Jun 04 17:27:20 pqutil INFO: 14280 20080604172719.516 NEXRAD2 647016 > L2-BZIP2/KBGM/20080604172517/647/16 > Jun 04 17:27:20 pqutil INFO: 7861 20080604172719.853 NEXRAD2 507025 > L2-BZIP2/KAMA/20080604172008/507/25 > Jun 04 17:27:20 pqutil INFO: 6611 20080604172817.869 NEXRAD2 201029 > L2-BZIP2/KHNX/20080604171807/201/29/E > Jun 04 17:27:20 pqutil INFO: 7651 20080604172720.363 NEXRAD2 389029 > L2-BZIP2/KTLX/20080604171742/389/29/E > Jun 04 17:27:20 pqutil INFO: 6660 20080604172720.348 NEXRAD2 287034 > L2-BZIP2/KDIX/20080604172256/287/34 > Jun 04 17:27:20 pqutil INFO: 19050 20080604172817.933 NEXRAD2 202002 > L2-BZIP2/KHNX/20080604172817/202/1 > Jun 04 17:27:21 pqutil INFO: 8426 20080604172720.414 NEXRAD2 390002 > L2-BZIP2/KTLX/20080604172720/390/1 > > It's that last part that corresponds with my log: > KESX/20080604172424/698/10 (i.e. 1) KESX; 2) 698; 3) 10; 4) 20080604172424) > > One interesting point I have noticed, sometimes the first radial file > might arrive slightly early or at the same time as the previous ended > radial files. The example above does show how very close it can be. > That really isn't a big deal because they are separate volume scans. Thanks. Can you display the different-sized volume scans from NCDC and Boulder to see if they're truly different? > You do realize that after you become more educated about this, I am > going to hit you up for some configuration advice on how best to > configure the LDM at the radar site and at the top tear sites. I think > we could use some tuning help especially with the Build 10 SuperRes > deployment. We'll be glad to help however we can. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: LJY-425624 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: On Hold
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