>From: "Paul L. Sirvatka" <address@hidden> >Organization: College of DuPage >Keywords: 200109281354.f8SDsC118602 McIDAS-X 7.80 MAP SFCCON Paul, >OK...Long letter I think that the fastest way of getting your wind profiler decoding problems fixed is to find out where the decoding is being done (ask Dave B) and then get me a login to that machine (as both 'mcidas' and 'ldm'). Tom >I do not know what I am doing. > >I do not know where the profiler data is kept, nor do I have any idea what >the schema i doing (other than letting me know how the data is >formatted.) I looked for the profiler data. Is it in a MDXX file? If so, >why was the one I was using a day old? > >Then...I screwed up the schema. I misread your last letter and copied the >schema file from the computer running 7.6 to the one running 7.8. I have >no idea what that did. (I did run BATCH SCHEMA.BAT) SO i probably screwed >something up on the new computer. > >So...help!!! > >Also...I am not even sure about what I am saving and what I am storing on >my own. I am using all the images from ADDE servers and the RTPTSRC data >from our own. Since I do not use the images, I assume i do not need to >save them as area files? Or at least as many of them. > >BTW...I am creating gif's from the satellite files. I have set a crontab >entry to do the job of getting them. I am also setting a loop of images. I >want images every 30 minutes at let's say 00 and 30 mins after the hour. I >have the crontab to create the file as soon as I can when the files arrive >(about 15 mins after image time). Unfortunately, depending on when they >arrive at the server site, I sometimes get images from 15 minutes after >the hour. As a result, my image loops are jumpy. Is there a way to insure >the images are the correct time and if not, abort the batch file? > >I hope that is clear. > >Thanks Tom... > >Paul >From address@hidden Fri Oct 26 07:52:29 2001 >Subject: Schema OK...I think I am starting to see whta is happening. I run PROFSECT WSMN5 LATEST X -6 DAT=6MIN TYP=6MIN But the schema thinks it should use WPRO not WPR6 So it must be on the saving end. I tried what you said (at least I think I did it right) It still does not work. PAul
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