Hi Greg, Attached are the scripts and the conf files, there is documentation in the header of the conf files. Here's the contab entries: # GribBinaryIndexer binary indexes 8.0 indexes 9 * * * * util/GribBinaryIndexer.pl -t /opt/tds-index/gbx8 > /data/ldm/logs/GribBinar yIndexer09.gbx8.log 2>&1 # GribBinaryIndexer binary indexes 19 * * * * util/GribBinaryIndexer.pl -t /opt/tds-index/gbx8 > /data/ldm/logs/GribBina ryIndexer19.gbx8.log 2>&1 ... ... The important flags are the -t, top of TDS distribution, the next directory down needs to be the lib directory with the TDS jars, -j flag the latest java location and the -f flag where the conf file resides. Since we run multiple indexers and each creates a directory lock, it's possible that locks are not removed when the script is not terminated normally, so the -c flag is used to clear all locks. Use carefully. Normally the locks are removed by the program. If you don't use a conf file, then the -d flag needs to be used so the indexer knows where to start indexing. /^(-c)/ && ( $clearLocks = "clear" ); /^(-d)/ && ( $startDir = shift ) ; /^(-f)/ && ( $conf = shift ) ; /^(-j)/ && ( $JAVA = shift ) ; /^(-t)/ && ( $tomcatHome = shift ) ; The manageFilesDirs script has the -f flag for the conf file location and the documentation is in the conf file header. crontab is: 30 21 * * * util/manageFilesDirs.pl -f /local/ldm/etc/manageFilesDirs.conf > /data/ldm/logs/manageFilesDirs.log 2>&1 Hopefully all the information was provided, if not let me know. RObb... Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: SPQ-636224 Department: Support THREDDS Priority: Normal Status: Open
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