>From: Giovanni Leoncini <address@hidden> >Organization: SJSU >Keywords: 200110181917.f9IJHA119842 McIDAS IMGDISP ADDE Giovanni, re: breakup dataset >it's true, but I have 150 Mbyte/day of images, for a 10 day case, stored >on a different machine, and I can use, only up to 200 Mbyte on the >machine where I run mcidas, so I have to move >files around, untarring from a different structure! sigh! :( Too bad. re: what does an IMGLIST look like >here you go: >IMGLIST MYIMG/AREA.61 >Image file directory listing for:MYIMG/AREA > Pos Satellite/ Date Time Center Band(s) > sensor Lat Lon > --- ------------- ------------ -------- ---- ---- ------------ > 61 G-10 IMG 10 JUL 01191 01:55:00 37 122 1 >IMGLIST: done This looks OK. re: possible images in non-AREA format, or damaged from FTP >mmmmhh it doesn't seem likely, since I have 10 150 Mbyte tar files, and >only those kind of images can not be displayed, from any tar file. OK, I agree with your reasoning. re: can I take a look >you can find 3 samples of the images at >http://metsun1.met.sjsu.edu/~leoncini/images/LCLD2_010708_0230 >http://metsun1.met.sjsu.edu/~leoncini/images/NCAL_010713_2130 >http://metsun1.met.sjsu.edu/~leoncini/images/VIS_010713_0025 > >I'm not able to see the first 2, the 3rd can be seen, but no graphics! I downloaded all three of these images and created an ADDE dataset that encompassed all of them just like you: <all images were put in my /home/mcidas/images directory> DSSERVE ADD MYIMG/AREA AREA DIRFILE=/home/mcidas/images/* "Test images from SJSU I am able to load AND map the third image (in VIS_010713_0025) with no problems. Like you, I am able to run IMGLIST on the second image (in NCAL_010713_2130), but I can not display it with IMGDISP. I can't even successfully run IMGLIST on the first image (in LCLD2_010708_0230). Give this, I did a quick listing of both files and see that the navigation blocks in each file contains a LOT of garbage. How they are displayable under GEMPAK I can't explain, because they are bad! >you can also come in and run mcidas. Since we are under a firewall you >have to ssh to I probably don't have to do this given that the files look bad. As I understand your messages, you have a large number of NCAL_* and LCLD2_* images. Is this correct? I will play around with them more tomorrow to see if I can figure anything out that would allow you to look at them. >take care an thanks again! Sorry for the bad news. Tom
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