>From: Russ Dengel <address@hidden> >Organization: SSEC >Keywords: 200106191811.f5JIB0110437 McIDAS-X NEXRAD server Russ, re: timeouts when doing an ID=LIST >Ok, I think it must be that the server does not know that the ID is part >of the hierarchy. We place our files in a directory structure that >incorporates the station ID as part of the directory structure. > > /home3/mcidas/data/nids/ID/PROD This is what I would recommend. >I assume that the mechanism to "inform" the server is that DATALOC entry. >Is that correct?? No, it is in the DSSERVE definition of the dataset: DSSERVE ADD NEXRAD/BREF1 NEXR TYPE=IMAGE DIRFILE=/home3/mcidas/data/nids/\ID/\PROD/* "NEXRAD Level III Base Reflectivity at Tilt 1 Since this is essentially the same as the example in the 7.8 version of XCDADDE.BAT: DSSERVE ADD NEXRAD/BREF1 NEXR TYPE=IMAGE RT=Y DIR='#NEXRDATA/\ID/N0R/*' "Base Reflectivity - tilt 1 (0.50 deg) - 124 nmi range I am confused. Is the machine really slow? How fast can it serve up an image from a particular station/product? Tom
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