>From: Michael Voss <<address@hidden> >Organization: SJSU >Keywords: 200001181849.LAA08980 McIDAS-X NLDNPLT Mike, In my previous note I said that I had discovered a bug. This turned out to be a red herring. The code I was exercising was on a machine where the McIDAS distribution was not completely up to 7.6. The problem undoubtedly occurred because of one or more modules being out of date. re: What would be helpful is for you to run the same NLDNPLT invocation >OK, here is the result: > >GU REST GRAPHIC 1 DEV=NNN >MAP DEF 5 NAME=OUTLHPOL LAT=13 45 LON=70 180 SLON=105 PRO=CONF X GRA=1 >MAP: completed frame 1 >MAP DEF 8 LAT=13 45 LON=70 180 SLON=105 PRO=CONF X GRA=1 X BOX=YES 8 >MAP: completed frame 1 >MAP: completed frame 1 >BATCH: BATCH done /export/home/mcidas/data/BKGMAP.BAT This looks good. >NLDNPLT LIG OLAY LATEST INT=00:30 DAY=2000018 MODE=X GRIDF=132 GRA=1 DEV=GCC >NLDNPLT* CPRO = CONF >NLDNPLT* Starting using day 2000018 >NLDNPLT* Starting using MD file 74 Oops. Here is a problem. The MD file number for the current data should be 78, not 74. >NLDNPLT* Initial starting time is 740000 Here is the next problem. The initial starting time should be something that looks like an acceptable time. 740000 is bogus no matter how you look at things. The fact that the MD file number and times are wrong leads me to believe that there are problems in the copy of SYSKEY.TAB that is being used by the Fkey menu. >NLDNPLT* Recalculated starting time is 14500 >NLDNPLT* Recalculated starting day is 2000018 >NLDNPLT* Recalculated starting MD file is 74 >NLDNPLT* Ending day was in the future, reset to present >NLDNPLT* Calculated ending time is 192621 >NLDNPLT* Calculated ending day is 2000018 >NLDNPLT* Time for PUTFRAM is 223540 >NLDNPLT* Day for PUTFRAM is 2000019 >Program terminated, floating point error All bets are off given the incorrect MD file number and starting time. The next thing for you to do is to list out the SYSKEY.TAB values that are being accessed: SYSVAL LIST 2051 2053 These should look something like: SYSKEY Word Value ----------- ----------- 2051 = 78 2052 = 192024 2053 = 2000018 SYSVAL: Done (I created this listing at 19:47 Z). >How did it get to MD of 74?? Probably from your SYSKEY.TAB file. >Is this the output you're looking for? Yes >Nothing else printed anywhere? Nope. I am betting that something is wrong in the copy of SYSKEY.TAB that is being used by the Fkey menu. Let's concentrate on it first. Tom
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