Neil, The PIPE I/O is buffered by the O/S. It's about as fast as you can get. Are you ingesting NEXRAD2 (i.e., NEXRAD Level II) data? If so, then we might be able to help with a script we wrote here to composite a volume scan. > Thanks Steve. > Probably as no surprise to you, these script processes will overwhelm the ldm > very soon with climbing load factor. > > I believe it was decided when ingesting the standard plus dualpol NIDS data > that a buffering âSTDIOFILE -closeâ should be used instead of âFILE > -closeâ as it would have a better chance at keeping up with the inflow. > > Should a buffered I/O somehow be incorporated with this script? Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: DIL-286118 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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