> by default, it unzips in place; only if it doesnt have write > permission will it use the cache. > no log message is written in either case. > do you neeed one? Uh no... not anymore. Ahhhhhhhhhh ok. I had to read that very carefully a 2nd time. It uses the cache only if the in-place directory does NOT have write permission. I missed the 'not'. Got it. Now with more time, its time to test out THREDDS/WCS and IDV. Is there a documented example or two somewhere on how to look at WCS served data via IDV? I'm going to miss out on the training this year :( Hopefully, next year, I can come down for the THREDDS class. I am so bummed. We are still scratching our heads a bit on the rotated grids in/around Alaska from NCEP. The AMSR_E grid seems to magically work (https://db.aoos.org/wiki/index.php/AOOS_Technology:Data_Processing#AMSR-E_Sea_ice_concentration). The other rotated grids still are a bit tricky to come up with a good spatial_ref string. That seems to be a struggle with most model grids. Evenly spaced GFS.... no problem. =============================================================================== To unsubscribe thredds, visit: http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/mailing-list-delete-form.html ===============================================================================
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