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Re: 20040329: Hi Tom, S400 is up just now.



Hi Tom,

I did run the scour routine yesterday noon and once this morning. I 
ran this scour routine from a remote system. On the server we were 
trying to view GOESEAST , GOESWEST data thro the MCIdas. This were 
the ones that we were not able to view. This is when the server 
stopped functioning and probably, the scour routine was not 
completed then.

The MC-Idas Problem:

When we select the goes east data, and click display, then all that 
we see is the black screen on the image display region, but no 
image. Could it be any other setting ( some display properties ) 
that needs to be changed?

In the mail that i had sent you yesterday, i also needed help on 
displaying the Lightning data on the IDV.

-- 
Sincerely ,

Karthik Samudram Jayaraman



Quoting Unidata Support <address@hidden>:

> >From: Karthik Samudram Jayaraman <address@hidden>
> >Organization: Western Michigan
> >Keywords: 200403291856.i2TIuPrV022900
> 
> Karthik,
> 
> >The s400 system came up just now with the help of our system 
> >administrator.
> 
> I logged on and see that /cutrim1 is full:
> 
> /dev/dsk/c1t1d0s2     35009161  34659070         0 100% /cutrim1
> /dev/dsk/c1t2d0s2     35009161  14473807  20185263  42% /cutrim2
> 
> 
> This is undoubtedly the cause of no new data being decoded by
> the McIDAS-XCD decoders.
> 
> I just ran the McIDAS scouring routine by had as the user 'ldm'
> to see if that would help clean things up:
> 
> <as 'ldm'>
> crontab -l               <- to get the cron job listing
> 
> address@hidden /cutrim1> /cutrim1/ldm/util/mcscour.sh
> 
> Now, there is some space for decoding to proceed:
> 
> address@hidden /cutrim1> df -k
> Filesystem           1k-blocks      Used Available Use% Mounted on
>  ...
> /dev/dsk/c1t1d0s2     35009161  30515867   4143203  89% /cutrim1
> /dev/dsk/c1t2d0s2     35009161  14927616  19731454  44% /cutrim2
> 
> I also logged on as the user 'mcidas', and looked to see if POINT
> data
> is avaliable through ADDE.  It is:
> 
> <as 'mcidas'>
> cd ~mcidas/workdata
> 
> ~/workdata> sfclist.k KDEN 24
>  Day Time StCo  Stn   T  Td  Dir Spd Gus AltSet  Vis  Weather 
> Ceil
>      hhmm        id  [F] [F]     [ kts ]  [mb]   [mi]
> ---- ---- ---- ----- --- --- --- --- --- ------ ----- --------
> -----
>   28 1953 COUS KDEN   36  28 340  24     1024.7  4.00 S-F     
> 5/015
> S 28 2024 COUS KDEN   37  30 330  16  25 1025.4  7.00 S-      
> 5/017
> S 28 2040 COUS KDEN   36  27 330  17  23 1025.4  2.50 S-F     
> 5/012
>   28 2053 COUS KDEN   36  28 330  17     1025.7  1.50 S-F     
> 8/015
> S 28 2127 COUS KDEN          282 118             6.00 W       
> 5/020
> S 28 2131 COUS KDEN   36  27 210   4     1025.1 10.00         
> 5/036
>   28 2200 COUS KDEN   37  82
>   28 2300 COUS KDEN          000  44
> S 28 2332 COUS KDEN          290  24             6.00 W       
> 5/080
>   29 0053 COUS KDEN   41  17 020   8     1025.1 10.00
>   29 0153 COUS KDEN   34  18 110   5     1025.4 10.00
>   29 0300 COUS KDEN   37  84
>   29 0400 COUS KDEN   37  84
>   29 0453 COUS KDEN   32  18 170  11     1025.1 10.00
> S 29 0539 COUS KDEN          290                 6.00
>   29 0553 COUS KDEN   30  20 170  10     1025.4 10.00
>   29 0700 COUS KDEN   82  37                          BD
>   29 0753 COUS KDEN   29  18 240   8     1025.7 10.00
>   29 0853 COUS KDEN   28  19 270   7     1026.4 10.00
>   29 1000 COUS KDEN   37  84
>   29 1100 COUS KDEN          000  76
> S 29 1121 COUS KDEN          291 212             6.00
>   29 1153 COUS KDEN   26  19 220   6     1026.4 10.00
>   29 1253 COUS KDEN   28  19 210   6     1026.4 10.00
>   29 1353 COUS KDEN   35  18 250   8     1026.4 10.00
> Number of reports = 25
> sfclist.k: done
> 
> 
> Also, I looked at current synoptic surface data from Brazil:
> 
> sfclist.k X 18 DAT=RTPTSRC/SYNOPTIC CO=BR
> 
>  Day Time StCo  Stn   T  Td  Dir Spd Gus AltSet  Vis  Weather 
> Ceil
>      hhmm        id  [F] [F]     [ kts ]  [mb]   [mi]
> ---- ---- ---- ----- --- --- --- --- --- ------ ----- --------
> -----
>   29 0300   BR 82022  76  73 250   4     1011.0  4.97 TRW
>   29 0300   BR 82193
>   29 0300   BR 82281  77  75 060   5     1010.2 12.43
>   29 0300   BR 82332  78  76 000   0     1011.3 12.43
>   29 0300   BR 82398  83  74 070   7     1010.8 12.43
>   29 0300   BR 82400
>   29 0300   BR 82460 126         113            27.96
>   29 0300   BR 82480              35     1020.5  2.67
>   29 0300   BR 82579  78  77 350   4     1011.8 12.43
>   29 0300   BR 82599  80  74 210   6     1012.1 12.43
>  ...
>   29 1800   BR 83650  34  34 000  41             1.86
>   29 1800   BR 83704  93  53 320   8     1008.5 12.43
>   29 1800   BR 83716  88  63 140   3     1011.3  6.21
>   29 1800   BR 83821  79  73 090   6     1014.7 12.43
>   29 1800   BR 83980 141          78            34.18
>   29 1800   BR 89263  26     200  24      992.6  0.00
> Number of reports = 272
> sfclist.k: done
> 
> 
> So, back to your original email in which you said:
> 
>   This morning we were trying to view the conditions in brazil
> using  
>   mcidas. We are able to view only the Realtime Data Images. None
> of 
>   the other data is loading. Is it because we don't have the other
> 
>   data comming in? 
> 
> What "other data" were you trying to look at that didn't work?
> 
> OK.
> 
> >Sincerely ,
> >Karthik Samudram Jayaraman
> 
> Tom
> --
> 
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