>From: "James T. Brown" <address@hidden> >Organization: MSU >Keywords: 200501201933.j0KJXOv2020815 McIDAS-XCD ADDE Hi Jim, I finally got back onto accas to try and troubleshoot why the XCD routines are not decoding correctly. When I noticed that your previous build had used the gcc/g77 compiler combination and that you had not included defines for things like CC, CFLAGS, etc. in your 'mcidas' .cshrc file, I decided to include the needed defines and redo the build. By the way, the needed environmental defines can be found in the online Unidata McIDAS Users Guide at: http://my.unidata.ucar.edu/content/software/mcidas/2004/users_guide/PreparingthemcidasAccount.html re: >Thanks for the tip on saving the NNEXRAD.CFG file to a local >copy. I will be sure to follow-up with your suggestion. Sounds good. >One thing that I was a little bit concerned with during the initial >installation is the LDM and ADDE are running on two different machines. >The ADDE is referencing data (/data/mcidas) which is mounted over the >network using NFS/Automount. This should not be a significant problem, but it will slow down things a bit. >I suspect there would be quicker access >if the "/data/mcidas" was a local partition on the ADDE server machine, Yes. >but didn't there would be a problem with my current setup. There shouldn't be a problem with your current setup. I am hoping that a rebuild using all needed environment variable defines will do the trick. >Thanks again for all your help. Feel free to stop/start the LDM if >needed, especially if it will help solve the trouble. I stopped the LDM while building McIDAS on accas. I will turn it back on after the build is finished and installed. I will also be recreating all of the files needed for XCD to run (i.e., the ones that get created by XCD.BAT and XCDDEC.BAT). Hopefully there will be viable MD files in /data/mcidas when you get into work later today. One thing that I have noticed while working on both pileaus and accas is that things are pretty slow given the hardware that you are running. I would have expected the McIDAS build to take only a few minutes (like it does on our Sun Solaris 5.9 SPARC machine), but it is taking way more than that. Cheers, Tom -- NOTE: All email exchanges with Unidata User Support are recorded in the Unidata inquiry tracking system and then made publicly available through the web. If you do not want to have your interactions made available in this way, you must let us know in each email you send to us.
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