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[McIDAS #XRR-599672]: Configuring scouring of McIDAS data



Hi Samuel,

re: problems encountered after moving the MySQL database and actions take to 
correct them
> Please advise if this was an un-acceptable course of action.

I think that you have done most, if not all, of what was needed after you moved 
the
MySQL database.  It looks like things are working again:

<as 'mcidas' on shu>
cd $MCDATA
-bash-2.05b$ gribadmin num

  Model Number   % of 
  Name  of Grids Total
  ===== ======== =====
  AWC         51   <1%
  ECMF       982    1%
  GFS      47131   54%
  ICNG      1050    1%
  MAPS      5217    6%
  NAM      16250   18%
  NCEP       114   <1%
  NMM8       170   <1%
  NWFF        35   <1%
  RCM         67   <1%
  RFC         41   <1%
  RUC      14138   16%
  UKMT      1183    1%
  WSR2        35   <1%
  x          284   <1%
  ----- -------- -----
  Total    86748

grdlist.k RTGRIBS/GFS-ALL
Dataset position 1      Directory Title= /GFS.96.2008081.1200.12.40.grib
PAR  LEVEL      DAY          TIME     SRC  FHR  FDAY         FTIME    GRID  PRO
---- ---------- ------------ -------- ---- ---- ------------ -------- ----- ----
Z      250 MB   21 MAR 08081 12:00:00  GFS   12 22 MAR 08082 00:00:00   N/A MERC
Number of grids listed = 1
GRDLIST - done

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: XRR-599672
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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