>From: Unidata Support <address@hidden> >Organization: University of Nebraska-Lincoln >Keywords: 200101091754.f09Hsso22365 IDD NNEXRAD pqact.conf Clint, More on papagayo filing NEXRAD Level III products. This morning I took a quick look at your ldmd.conf file and see that you do intend to get all N0R products: request NEXRAD "/pN0R" stokes.metr.ou.edu but you have not implemented any scouring for those data. When I copied over a C shell script to scour the GINI data, I also brought along Chiz's script to prune NEXRAD data: ~ldm/decoders/bin/prune_nexrad.csh This script can be used to adjust the number of each kind of product for all sites and use a different number to keep for one specific site. A crontab entry that would run in a similar way to one here at the UPC would be: # # prune nexrad tree # 15 * * * * decoders/bin/prune_nexrad.csh >/dev/null 2>&1 (will keep 12 of each kind of product for all stations except for the one "local" station (which I arbitrarily set to OAX) for which it will keep 60.) Also, the way you are requesting certain stations: request NEXRAD "^SDUS5. (KOAX|KUEX|KLNX|KFSD|KTWX|KGLD|KCYS)" stokes.metr.ou.edu makes me wonder if this is what you really want. Do you want to receive all of the reports from the stations OAX, UEX, LNX, FSD, TWX, GLD, and CYS or do you want all of the stations issued from the centers KOAX, KUEX, KLNX, KFSD, KTWX, KGLD, and KCYS? Later... Tom
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