David, Can bundle these files up and send them to us, or point us to where we can grab them? We'd like to reproduce the behavior locally for testing and debugging. -Lansing >>>>>>>> Hello, I am running the latest stable versions (as of May 20, 2013) of Java (1.7.0_21), Tomcat(7.0.40) and TDS(Version 4.3.16 - 20130319.1353). I have 7 day hindcast/forecasts that run once daily with output every 2 hours that I am trying to put into an fmrc. My files are named using the the start date/time of the hindcast. I want to exclude the first 24 hours of each run from "Best" datasets. I thought using offsetsGreaterEqual="26" would do the trick but it only excludes the first 24 hours from run 0 and not from subsequent runs. Meaning, if I look at hour 26 of the "Best" dataset (the first record in that dataset) I'm getting data from the beginning (first 24 hours) of run 1 instead of hour 26 from run0. Is this the intended behavior of offsetsGreaterEqual? If so I think the documentation at: http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/projects/THREDDS/tech/tds4.3/reference/collections/FmrcCollection.html should be clarified. Otherwise I'd like to report a bug. Thanks, David Robertson Catalog entry: <featureCollection name="espresso_2013_da_history_fmrc" featureType="FMRC" harvest="true" path="roms/espresso/2013_da/fmrc/his"> <metadata inherited="true"> <serviceName>both</serviceName> </metadata> <collection spec="/home/om/dods-data/thredds/roms/espresso/tmp/.*\.nc$" name="espresso_2013_da_his_fmrc" dateFormatMark="#espresso_his_#yyyyMMdd_HHmm" olderThan="5 min" /> <update startup="true" rescan="0 0/5 * * * ? *" trigger="allow" /> <protoDataset choice="Penultimate"> <netcdf xmlns="http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/namespaces/netcdf/ncml-2.2" location="nc/cldc.mean.nc"> <remove name="ocean_time" type="variable" /> </netcdf> </protoDataset> <fmrcConfig regularize="false" datasetTypes="TwoD Files Runs ConstantForecasts ConstantOffsets"> <dataset name="Best" offsetsGreaterEqual="26" /> </fmrcConfig> </featureCollection> -Lansing Madry Unidata Boulder, Colorado
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