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[THREDDS #LSJ-656413]: Thredds Data Access Issue- Advice?



Seeing the exact URL you used would be helpful.
But my guess is that you are using OPeNDAP protocol
(which means that the URL has the substring "/dodsc/").
There is a default size limit for opendap requests, but
the thredds server owner can change it.
If you are using the netcdf-c library to access the thredds server, then
you can try the following:
1. prefix the URL with the string "[log][show=fetch]" so you
   get something like this: "[log][show=fetch]https://...";
2. Using that URL should produce some extra debug output
   that might tell you something.

> 
> Iâm having trouble grabbing data from a Thredds Server set up by a 
> collaborator.  The first time I requested data, the server returned it within 
> about 2 minutes (the size of the output file was ~1.7GB).  However, the 
> second call that I submitted (for the same size file, just a different time 
> period) yielded no results- I just received an empty file immediately upon 
> return (size ~5 MB)â it seems as though the server became non-functional.
> 
> Could you please tell me what is going on?  Can you also let me know if there 
> is a size limit beyond which this issue occurs?  Is there a way I can correct 
> things once this issue has occurred?
> 
> 

=Dennis Heimbigner
  Unidata


Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: LSJ-656413
Department: Support THREDDS
Priority: Normal
Status: Open
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