Peter, > I can do that - thanks! > > On another note, I run what are intended to be the main LDM ingest servers > here at the NWC in Norman, at least for the OU side. Dr Lauferweiler was > just educating me on Feedtypes and we go to wondering how we can optimize > that ingest service. > > The systems (there are two) only request data - there is NOTHING in the > pqact file. > > Should we request ANY or should we break it out further? That's up to you and what you want to do. Requesting ANY will result in about 10 GB/h of data. This might be more than you want in terms of bandwidth usage, product-queue size (many GB), and physical memory requirements (large enough to hold the product-queue in memory with room to spare). >Is there anything > that makes idd.unidata.ucar.edu's life easier? Not really. Thanks for asking. :-) > Again, these systems are dedicated to LDM and do NOTHING but request data > and make it available to whoever wants it (in the building) so spawning off > processes that do something to the data isn't a concern. > > Peter Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: SNT-237311 Department: Support LDM Priority: High Status: Closed
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