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[McIDAS #LLN-564004]: GOES-16 data and McIDAS



Hi Heather,

re:
> I can send you the file, no problem!  The netcdf files are only single 
> banded, I have
> one for each band.  What is the best way to deliver a 23M file to you?  I 
> have a gmail
> account that I could possibly send it with.  Will your email accept 23M files?

I think that there should be no problem receiving an email with a 23 MB 
attachment.
What I can say, however, is that this file will be bounced from our inquiry 
tracking
system where we imposed a 2 MB limit on each email put into the system.  
Because of
this limit, it would be best if you sent a new email to address@hidden
By new, I mean one with no reference to our inquiry tracking system id (which is
LLN-564004 for this current set of exchanges).

re:
> I don't know either about the "'No SSH tunnels to terminate".  I have never 
> seen that
> before.  I am ssh'ing into the machine where the data is, but both the data 
> and mcidas
> are local to the machine.

I have to bone up on this one also as I have never see it.

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: LLN-564004
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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