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[THREDDS #JUG-478150]: Question re NOAAPXCD and THREDDS

Hi Randy,

> do you mean that those pqact files show us how to basically file the data.


> Does it actually do the cating of the grib data so we have one file per model 
> per run?

The way that the FILE action works in the LDM is that new products received that
match the extended regular expression specified in the patter-action file entry
are written to the end of the file specified ** unless the '-close' flag is 
(i.e., unless one has 'FILE -close').  Writing the new products to the end of an
existing file _is_ a 'cat' of the products.

When you review the actions in the files I sent you, you will see part of the
pattern specified matches the model runtime.  The entries will, therefore, write
all of the fields for a model runtime into a single file.

> Side note. We are still trying to setup on our end so that our noaapxcd 
> machine
> can access the CONDUIT.

OK.  I never heard back if your 'notifyme -vl- -f CONDUIT -h idd.cise-nsf.gov' 
worked or not.


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Ticket Details
Ticket ID: JUG-478150
Department: Support THREDDS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed

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