Luke, I finally got my system back online today. It's not clear what happened, but I had to wipe out and reinstall my standard toolkit programs. I fired up a catalog with your file in it, which is 3.1G in size. I noticed that trying to download the entire dataset through the ncss service failed because the maximum size limit in threddsConfig.xml is set at the default 52428800 (50 Megabytes). I upped the maximum size by editing this parameter in threddsConfig: <NetcdfSubsetService> <allow>true</allow> <scour>15 min</scour> <maxAge>30 min</maxAge> <!--maxFileDownloadSize>2097152</maxFileDownloadSize--> <!--maxFileDownloadSize>52428800</maxFileDownloadSize--> <maxFileDownloadSize>10552428800</maxFileDownloadSize> </NetcdfSubsetService> Then I realized that somehow, the file is being seen as much larger than 3.1G, which is an odd behavior...I shouldn't have to specify 10G to cover a 3.1G file. So, I'll have to dig and see what's going on. Have a good weekend, Lansing On 4/11/2014 5:31 PM, Luke Sheneman wrote: > New Client Reply: TDS java exception "java.lang.NegativeArraySizeException" > for large netcdf > > Thanks Lansing - > > I've attached the latest log files. > > I am somewhat familiar with the data. These are downscaled climate > model outputs. Some of the data are historical and some are > predictive. The one you were looking at is predicting climate > scenarios for periods in the future (the years 2086 through 2100). I > don't see anything weird with those dates in the data that you were > looking at... > > Have a great weekend, and I look forward to working with you soon to get > the java exception. > > Thanks, > -Luke > > > -- > > Luke Sheneman, Ph.D > Technology and Data Services Manager > Northwest Knowledge Network (NKN) / University of Idaho > http://www.northwestknowledge.net > > address@hidden > Office: 208.885.4228 Mobile: 208.669.2248 > > > On 4/11/14, 3:58 PM, Unidata THREDDS Support wrote: >> baby steps... >> >> When you get a moment, could you repeat the log capture procedure? I'm >> about to head out for the day, but I'll pull this up again on Monday. I >> looked at one of the files already, which I downloaded using the http >> server. Are you familiar with the data, by chance? I notice that the >> calendar dates (Gregorian, days since 1901-01-01) are for 2086-2100. Is >> this right, or is something else fishy here? >> >> Have a good weekend! >> >> -Lansing >> >> Ticket Details >> =================== >> Ticket ID: SYD-491615 >> Department: Support THREDDS >> Priority: Normal >> Status: Open >> > > > > Ticket Details > =================== > Ticket ID: SYD-491615 > Department: Support THREDDS > Priority: Normal > Status: Open > Link: > https://www.unidata.ucar.edu/esupport/staff/index.php?_m=tickets&_a=viewticket&ticketid=23770 Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: SYD-491615 Department: Support THREDDS Priority: High Status: Open
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