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[IDD #TTR-495389]: Slow access to local datasets through ADDE



Hi Samuel,

re:
> Is there a way to delete un-used satellite imagery like Hawaii, or Puerto 
> Rico?

Sure, deleting those images is no different than deleting other images.

I think, however, that you are really asking if there is a way to not request 
those images
from the NIMAGE datastream since you are not planning on using them.  This is 
done by modifying
the ~ldm/etc/ldmd.conf 'request' line for the NIMAGE data in an analogous way 
to what
you are doing for the NEXRAD2 and CONDUIT feeds.

Or, you are asking if there is a way to not serve the Hawaii or Puerto Rico 
images
through ADDE.  To do this, you would delete the ADDE dataset definitions for 
the data:

<as 'mcidas'>
cd $MCDATA
dataloc.k DEL GINIEAST/GPN8KIR      
dataloc.k DEL GINIEAST/GPN8KVIS     
dataloc.k DEL GINIEAST/GPN8KWV      
dataloc.k DEL GINIEAST/GPR1KVIS     
dataloc.k DEL GINIEAST/GPR4K39      
dataloc.k DEL GINIEAST/GPR4KIR      
dataloc.k DEL GINIEAST/GPR4KWV      
dataloc.k DEL GINIEAST/GPR8KCO2     
dataloc.k DEL GINIWEST/GHN14KVIS
dataloc.k DEL GINIWEST/GHN14KWV
dataloc.k DEL GINIWEST/GHR1KVIS
dataloc.k DEL GINIWEST/GHR4K12
dataloc.k DEL GINIWEST/GHR4K39
dataloc.k DEL GINIWEST/GHR4KIR
dataloc.k DEL GINIWEST/GHR8KWV

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: TTR-495389
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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