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20030620: Contouring point data + image enhancement (cont.)



>From: "Kwan-yin Kong" <address@hidden>
>Organization: CCNY
>Keywords: 200306171633.h5HGXmLd000512 McIDAS DSSERVE 

Kwan,

>      Here are the results.
>
><-kkong-> dmap.k FRAMED
>PERM      SIZE LAST CHANGED FILENAME DIRECTORY
>---- --------- ------------ -------- ---------
>-rw-         1 Jun 20 14:07 FRAMED   /export/home/kkong/.mctmp/1951200
>1 bytes in 1 files

This is OK.

><-kkong-> dmap.k FRAMENH.001
>PERM      SIZE LAST CHANGED FILENAME    DIRECTORY
>---- --------- ------------ ----------- ---------
>-r--      6528 Jun 17 12:16 FRAMENH.001 /usr/local/mcidas/data
>6528 bytes in 1 files

Ah ha!  This must be the problem!  The ~mcidas/data directory is also
a component of each user's MCPATH (just before ~mcidas/help).

>From address@hidden Fri Jun 20 12:19:02 2003

Tom:

>      There are also the following files generated in 
>mcidas/data in mcidas account, just around the time when 
>the EU anomaly began.

>-rw-r--r--   1 mcidas   unidata    45056 Jun 17 12:16 TERMCHAR.001
>-rw-r--r--   1 mcidas   unidata        4 Jun 17 12:16 GRAPHICS.KEY
>-rw-r--r--   1 mcidas   unidata     6528 Jun 17 12:16 FRAMENH.001

Delete all of these and the copy of /usr/local/mcidas/data/FRAMENH.001
that DMAP is showing.  All of these files are supposed to be in
temporary subdirectories of ~/.mctmp.  The are created on startup of
a McIDAS session and are supposed to be deleted on the exit of
that session.

Tom


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