>From: Angel Li <address@hidden> >Organization: U Miami/RSMAS >Keywords: 200211150406.gAF46PL16731 McIDAS ROUTE.SYS Angel, >Right now I've overwritten the default files with the .rsmas versions. >Once everything is working I'll move them to ~mcidas/workdata. I'm waiting >for the next GOES pass to come in around 1530 eastern. OK. >From address@hidden Mon Nov 18 13:47:26 2002 >Running GE-VIS.BAT, here's the output in ROUTEPP.LOG > >BATCH UV 140 102322 201500 1 "GE-VIS.BAT >SF 1 >GU REST GRAPHICS >GU: SPECIFIED FILE DOES NOT EXIST - GRAPHICS.GRX > LEVEL COLOR BLUE GREEN RED > ----- ---------- ---- ----- --- > 0 BLACK 0 0 0 (Graphic background) > 1 MAGENTA 255 0 255 > 2 CYAN 255 255 0 > 3 YELLOW 0 255 255 > 4 GREEN 0 255 0 > 5 RED 0 0 255 > 6 BLUE 255 0 0 > 7 WHITE 255 255 255 > 8 GRAY 127 127 127 >GU: Done >NORTMAPR 9016 140 9993 N2 NONE 0 9016 MAPAREA=9971 DEV=NNN >GOESCOMP NONE 140 9987 C CV N8 SCRAREA=9978 9979 MAP=YES 9019 9971 DEV=NNN >IMGDISP RTIMAGES/GE-VISTOPO 1 LATLON=32 82 EU=TOPOSAT >IMGDISP: No images satisfy the selection criteria >IMGDISP: done >IMGDISP failed, RC=2 >batch.k: BATCH job abandon /mcidas/data/GE-VIS.BAT >batch.k: BATCH done /mcidas/data/GE-VIS.BAT >Where does GOESCOMP create it's output? McIDAS locates data files using two systems: file REDIRECTions and MCPATH directories. File REDIRECTions take precedence over MCPATH directories. GOESCOMP specifies the use of the routing table, ROUTE.SYS, entry CV to figure out which AREA file is to receive its output. The default ROUTE.SYS entry (as defined in DROUTE.BAT) for product CV is: CV GOES-E/W VIS Composite 90-99 AREA0095 02322 2035 none 3 This says that the GOES-East/GOES-West composite of VIS images will be written into the next "cylinder" for AREA files 90 - 99, inclusive. In the example I list, the last AREA file used was AREA0095. The next time that a PostProcess is run on my system, the AREA file AREA0096 will be used. Where AREA0096 is located is defined by a file REDIRECTion if applicable, or if no REDIRECTions match, the first writable directory in the MCPATH that is in scope when GOESCOMP runs. MCPATH is defined in the Bourne shell script batch.k, and the Bourne shell script batch.k is what is run by to do the PostProcess upon receipt of the GOES-East VIS product by the LDM. Tom
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