[Ncep.nhc.nco_contacts] TSB Morning Rounds - Fri Jun 17, 2016
David Zelinsky - NOAA Federal
david.a.zelinsky at noaa.gov
Fri Jun 17 14:56:23 UTC 2016
I just told her. Are you doing something with NCU Air data?
On Fri, Jun 17, 2016 at 10:52 AM, Christopher Mello - NOAA Federal <
christopher.mello at noaa.gov> wrote:
> Chris me was testing some model ingest this morning....I will contact Mary
> at the NCF to let her know it was me..
> On Fri, Jun 17, 2016 at 10:45 AM, TSB Admin <nhc.tsbadmin at noaa.gov> wrote:
>> Here is today's summary of NHC computer operations:
>> --- Craig Mattocks
>> 1. GFE/NCP issues: Mary from NCF called at 1415Z to say an excess of NCU
>> Air data was queing up and looked like someone had restarted an EDEX server
>> at 1250Z. TSB's AWIPS II SysAdmins are investigating.
>> 1. An intermittent vertical yellow line appeared in the ATCF text editor
>> during composition of the 17/00Z TWOAT and TWOEP products. TSB is
>> investigating whether these display artifacts are caused by a local video
>> RAM/X11 driver issue on a workstation (that might need to be rebooted soon)
>> or a bug in kwrite that could be writing into video memory.
>> 2. Sr. Hurricane Specialist Stacy Stewart reported that NTRANS has not
>> been ingesting/displaying any upper-air data since June 14th. This is
>> probably related to the hard disk failure on Sr. Hurricane Specialist Mike
>> Brennan's workstation (pinfish), upon which a lot of NTRANS processing was
>> done. TSB will assess whether this processing needs to be migrated to NHC's
>> compute servers. TSB Developer Dave Zelinsky noted that the observed
>> soundings are still available in NSHARP:
>> so the upper-air dataflow has not been interrupted.
>> *Other items:*
>> *NHC RFCs:*
> Chris Mello
> National Hurricane Center
Meteorologist / Programmer
National Hurricane Center
Email: David.A.Zelinsky at noaa.gov
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