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20051212: Public ADDE server stratus.al.noaa.gov (cont.)



>From: Eirh-Yu Hsie <address@hidden>
>Organization: CU/CIRES NOAA/ESRL
>Keywords: 200512091601.jB9G1w7s009532 McIDAS Solaris 10

Hi Hsie,

re: How did you setup the Solaris 10 services on hail?

>I use Solaris 10 utility "inetconv" to convert inetd.conf line to xml 
>file. Then use "svccfg" to import the xml file into smf service.

OK.

>The 
>conversion utility (inetconv) seems not do the conversion correctly (see 
>the attached file, lines 33, 38 and 39).

Hmm...  The version of mcidas-tcp.xml you sent me does not look like
the one currently on hail.  Here is what I think is the the difference:

copy you sent:

        <exec_method
                type='method'
                name='inetd_start'
                exec='/home/mcidas/solaris/bin/mcservsh /home/mcidas'
                timeout_seconds='0'>
                <method_context>
                        <method_credential user='mcadde' group='unidata' />
                </method_context>
                <propval name='arg0' type='astring'
                    value='-H' />
        </exec_method>

copy currently on hail:

        <exec_method
                type='method'
                name='inetd_start'
                exec='/home/mcidas/solaris/bin/mcservsh -H /home/mcidas'
                timeout_seconds='0'>
                <method_context>
                        <method_credential user='mcadde' group='unidata' />
                </method_context>
        </exec_method>


Since the timestamp on the file (/var/svc/manifest/network/mcidas-tcp.xml)
was updated this morning:

ls -alt /var/svc/manifest/network/mcidas-tcp.xml
-rw-r--r--   1 root     other       2317 Dec 12 10:44 
/var/svc/manifest/network/mcidas-tcp.xml

Question:

I assume that you either edited the XML files or reran inetconv, true?
If yes, I need to retry the remote ADDE access without the modifications
I made to ~mcidas/solaris/bin/mcservsh.  Please advise

>From address@hidden  Mon Dec 12 13:19:54 2005

re:
>Please negect my previous message.  I can find the data if I login as 
>mcidas:


>hail:[115]% dataloc.k LIST

>Group Name                    Server IP Address
>--------------------         ----------------------------------------
>AMRC                         UWAMRC.SSEC.WISC.EDU
>BLIZZARD                     HAIL.AL.NOAA.GOV
>CIMSS                        HAIL.AL.NOAA.GOV
>GINICOMP                     HAIL.AL.NOAA.GOV
>GINIEAST                     HAIL.AL.NOAA.GOV
>GINIWEST                     HAIL.AL.NOAA.GOV
>GOESEAST                     HAIL.AL.NOAA.GOV
>ME7                          IO.SCA.UQAM.CA
>MYDATA                       <LOCAL-DATA>
>NEXRCOMP                     HAIL.AL.NOAA.GOV
>RTGRIDS                      HAIL.AL.NOAA.GOV
>RTIMAGES                     HAIL.AL.NOAA.GOV
>RTNEXRAD                     HAIL.AL.NOAA.GOV
>RTPTSRC                      HAIL.AL.NOAA.GOV
>RTWXTEXT                     HAIL.AL.NOAA.GOV
>TOPO                         HAIL.AL.NOAA.GOV

><LOCAL-DATA> indicates that data will be accessed from the local data 
>directory.DATALOC -- done

>hail:[116]% dsserve.k LIST RTGRIDS

>Group/Descriptor         Type  Format & Range     RT Comment
>------------------------ ----- ------------------ -- --------------------
>RTGRIDS/ALL              GRID  GRID 5001-6210     Y  Real-Time Grids
>RTGRIDS/AVN              GRID  GRID 5701-5900     Y  Real-Time AVN Grids
>RTGRIDS/ECMWF            GRID  GRID 5251-5260     Y  Real-Time ECMWF Grids
>RTGRIDS/ETA              GRID  GRID 5501-5620     Y  Real-Time ETA Grids
>RTGRIDS/GFS              GRID  GRID 5701-5900     Y  Real-Time GFS/AVN Grids
>RTGRIDS/MDR              GRID  GRID 5301-5310     Y  Real-Time MDR/AVN Grids
>RTGRIDS/MISC             GRID  GRID 5001-5010     Y  Other Real-Time Grids
>RTGRIDS/MRF              GRID  GRID 5701-5900     Y  Real-Time MRF Grids
>RTGRIDS/MRF-UW           GRID  GRID 101-110          MRF Grids in UW stream
>RTGRIDS/NAM              GRID  GRID 5501-5620     Y  Real-Time NAM Grids
>RTGRIDS/NGM              GRID  GRID 5051-5090     Y  Real-Time NGM Grids
>RTGRIDS/NGM-UW           GRID  GRID 1-10             NGM Grids in UW stream
>RTGRIDS/RUC              GRID  GRID 5201-5280     Y  Real-Time RUC Grids
>RTGRIDS/UKMT             GRID  GRID 6101-6210     Y  Real-Time UK Met Grids
>dsserve.k: done

>hail:[118]% whoami
>mcidas

The DSSERVE command (dsserve.k) will list out how a dataset is
configured, not what is in a dataset.  I think you meant to run
the DSINFO command instead of DSSERVE:

dsinfo.k IMAGE RTIMAGES
imglist.k RTIMAGES/GE-IR
etc.

>But I can not get anything as an end user:

>hail:[124]%  whoami
>hsie
>hail:[125]% dataloc.k LIST

>Group Name                    Server IP Address
>--------------------         ----------------------------------------
>AMRC                         UWAMRC.SSEC.WISC.EDU
>BLIZZARD                     HAIL.AL.NOAA.GOV
>CIMSS                        140.172.240.150
>FLXP                         140.172.240.167
>GINICOMP                     140.172.240.150
>GINIEAST                     140.172.240.150
>GINIWEST                     140.172.240.150
>GOESEAST                     HAIL.AL.NOAA.GOV
>ME7                          IO.SCA.UQAM.CA
>MYDATA                       <LOCAL-DATA>
>NEXRCOMP                     140.172.240.150
>RTGRIDS                      140.172.240.150
>RTIMAGES                     140.172.240.150
>RTNEXRAD                     140.172.240.150
>RTPTSRC                      140.172.240.150
>RTWXTEXT                     140.172.240.150
>TOPO                         140.172.240.150

><LOCAL-DATA> indicates that data will be accessed from the local data 
>directory.
>DATALOC -- done

>hail:[126]% dsserve.k LIST RTGRIDS

>Group/Descriptor         Type  Format & Range     RT Comment
>------------------------ ----- ------------------ -- --------------------
>dsserve.k: done
>hail:[127]%

Two things here:

- the GOESEAST dataset is only found on the machine unidata2.ssec.wisc.edu

- I believe you want to run the DSINFO command:

dsinfo.k IMAGE RTIMAGES
imglist.k RTIMAGES/GE-IR
etc.

Question:

is 140.172.240.150 the current IP address for hail?

Cheers,

Tom
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