Hi Carl, > I tried it and I think progress is being made. I just get a simple > error message now that it "can't find nwAtlanticDec_1km". For some > reason the virtual dataset is not being recognized for access. Does > this imply that the aggregation is not taking place so no virtual file > is being created? I changed the service element base in the script > below to reflect the change I made. I also tried it with just > "/thredds/dodsC/" and got the same result. Is there anything you see in > the code that is preventing the aggregation? If these are hdf4 files, > would that cause a problem? As you can see, the netcdf location I am > using for the granule data uses our hyrax opendap server. That does sound like something of an improvement. Take a look at the catalogError.log file in content/thredds/logs directory? First off, is this config catalog getting initialized (i.e., is it listed in the log file)? If not, make sure it is in the catalog tree under the main catalog (content/thredds/catalog.xml) or is included in the threddsConfig.xml in a catalogRoot element. If it is being initialized, are there any error messages in the log file? It doesn't look like you have remote management setup on this machine (I just tried to get to http://satdat1.gso.uri.edu/thredds/debug and it timed out). If you did you could check the "Show static catalogs" link to see if the server is finding this config catalog. Also, the "Show ncml datasets" link will list all aggregation datasets. (We highly recommend setting up remote management. It really helps with debugging. Also, the "remote" part can be locked down pretty easily.) Hope this helps, Ethan Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: YVC-182954 Department: Support THREDDS Priority: Normal Status: Open
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