>From: address@hidden (Chris Hennon) >Organization: Ohio State University >Keywords: 200104061848.f36ImGL26255 McIDAS METEOSAT time Chris, >At the risk of sounding incompetent, I was successful in creating the test >file in the required directory: > >twister:[/home/mcidas/data]% whoami >mcidas >twister:[/home/mcidas/data]% touch /home/chennon/data/meteosat7/active/xxx >twister:[/home/mcidas/data]% cd /home/chennon/data/meteosat7/active >twister:[/home/chennon/data/meteosat7/active]% ls -lt |more >-rw-r--r-- 1 mcidas ldm 0 Apr 11 13:41 xxx >-rw-rw-rw- 1 chennon ldm 6250768 Apr 3 12:53 >Mcidas_1998-10-08_46_64622_1_1_32.IR >-rw-rw-rw- 1 chennon ldm 6250768 Apr 3 12:53 >Mcidas_1998-10-08_36_64622_1_1_31.IR >-rw-rw-rw- 1 chennon ldm 6250768 Apr 3 12:52 >Mcidas_1998-10-08_24_64622_1_1_30.IR >-rw-rw-rw- 1 chennon ldm 6250768 Apr 3 12:52 >Mcidas_1998-10-08_12_64622_1_1_29.IR >twister:[/home/chennon/data/meteosat7/active]% OK, this is proof positive that you can write to this directory. That coupled with the read/write permissions on the files reinvorces what you told me to begin with. >I exited and restarted mcidas but that didn't seem to alter anything. I wouldn't have expected this to do anything, but it was a good try anyway. >I've been trying to think all morning what else I may be missing but I >can't come up with anything good. Me either. >I even changed the owner of the area >files to user 'mcidas' to no avail. One other thing I noticed....after I >run an IMGCHA command: > >IMGCHA METSAT-7.23 TIME=00:00:00 > >a core file gets dumped to /home/mcidas/workdata. Hmm... presumably the core file is being caused by IMGCHA? What does a 'file ~mcidas/workdata/core' report? Any chance of me getting a login as 'mcidas' on your machine so I can take a look around? Tom
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