[Ncep.list.idp.mrms.users] MRMS -- failover to Boulder effective immediately: 20170727 @ 2030Z
gregory.grosshans at noaa.gov
Wed Jul 26 21:58:47 UTC 2017
SPC forecasters are glad MRMS was switched to Boulder to resolve the
missing tile issues of the "imagery" (i.e. spcnids) products.
I know yesterday someone from the IDP, indicated a preference to leave the
operational MRMS at College Park to facilitate in troubleshooting. This
afternoon I mentioned this to SPC forecasters and they were wondering if
this needs to be done then during NON-business hours could MRMS be switched
to Boulder since IDP staff would not be actively troubleshooting MRMS?
That is, why not have complete products during non-business hours when IDP
isn't actively troubleshooting.
Thanks for considering this type of approach.
On Wed, Jul 26, 2017 at 3:31 PM, Derek VanPelt - NOAA Affiliate <
derek.vanpelt at noaa.gov> wrote:
> MRMS users,
> We will be failing over to our Boulder site at 2030Z today. We will also
> turn on and off the LDM feed from the College Park instance approximately
> 30 minutes after the DNS change goes through to aid all customers in moving
> to the Boulder instance of MRMS.
> Please let us know if you experience problems beyond 2100Z.
> We apologize for the data outages and gaps,
> On Wed, Jul 26, 2017 at 3:32 PM, Derek VanPelt - NOAA Affiliate <
> derek.vanpelt at noaa.gov> wrote:
>> MRMS customers,
>> MRMS is currently experiencing problems, and we are investigating.
>> Currently MRMS CPRK is not creating every product, and some of the CONUS
>> imagery is missing the individual tiles (particularly the North East United
>> We are actively troubleshooting and will update as we know more. If the
>> outage continues throughout the afternoon, we will likely move to the
>> Boulder instance of MRMS.
>> Thank you,
>> Derek Van Pelt
>> IDP Onboarding
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