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20040108: 20040107: missing .BAT files for new McIDAS satellite

>From: Eirh-Yu Hsie <address@hidden>
>Organization: CU/CIRES
>Keywords: 200401080013.i080D6p2002963 McIDAS ADDE

Hi Hsie,

re: status of stratus as a community server
>"startus.al.noaa.gov" should still serve as a Community ADDE Server.

OK, I am glad to hear this!

>Please try to access the data through stratus agin and let me know the
>results.  If you have any problem get data through stratus, please let
>me know.

I just pointed my McIDAS session at stratus for all of the datasets
I think it should have:


The only ones that did NOT work were RTNEXRAD (NEXRAD Level III
products) and NEXRCOMP (FNEXRAD NEXRAD Level III composites).

I took the liberty of logging onto stratus (again from rainbow) to find
the problem.  I found that the ADDE setup for NEXRCOMP was trying to
get data from /export/data/....  I changed the entries for getting the
NEXRCOMP images from /export/data/...  to /wrk/data6/...  I made these
changes in ~mcidas/solaris/data/LSSERVE.BAT and in
~mcidas/solaris/workdata/RESOLV.SRV.  The latter file is what gets
written by DSSERVE commands like the ones in LSSERVE.BAT.

I also found that the ADDE setup for the RTNEXRAD data was trying to
use the file ~mcidas/solaris/workdata/NNEXRAD.CFG when it should have
been using the file ~mcidas/solaris/workdata/LNEXRAD.CFG.  Like for
NEXRCOMP, I changed the entries for RTNEXRAD in
~mcidas/solaris/data/LSSERVE.BAT and in ~mcidas/solaris/workdata/RESOLV.SRV.

After making the above changes, ADDE access to all of the above
datasets is working again.

Thanks for your quick help on the ADDE serving problem!

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