[Ncep.nhc.nco_contacts] ....nwps...Re: TSB Morning Rounds - Wed May 17, 2017
Christopher Mello - NOAA Federal
christopher.mello at noaa.gov
Wed May 17 15:38:36 UTC 2017
Obviously, Re-ingesting the the nwps for the Atlantic multiple times
did not solve the problem. Chris Juckins mentioned they are also
seeing model drop outs on the ntbn also. So far TAFB is only reporting
missing hours for the Atlantic nwps.
The only difference with the nwps model data is the fact all the
hours are crammed into one large file.
I wrote a script that breaks the large nwps grib2 files into hourly
chunks...it worked this morning. It takes the latest version of the
the nwps, converts it to a gempak file and then breaks the data into smaller
grib2 files that are sent into AWIPS2 GFE. These files should have a
much smaller chance of getting dropped out. And since each hour is
independent, it is much less likely to lose an entire run.
I will add it to the nwps menu.
On 5/17/17, Craig Mattocks - NOAA Federal <craig.mattocks at noaa.gov> wrote:
> Hi Monica,
> Eric Christensen just confirmed that GOES-16 satellite imagery is now
> viewable in N-AWIPS.
>> On May 17, 2017, at 11:32 AM, Monica Bozeman - NOAA Federal
>> <monica.bozeman at noaa.gov> wrote:
>> GOES-16 data is available in NAWIPS, please check again. Please note, that
>> we will be attempting this feed switch to LDM again at 1pm today. Please
>> report if you notice any additional outages after this time to me or in
>> the shift logs please! Also, PLEASE fill out the GOES-16 feedback form!!!!
>> Monica Bozeman
>> National Hurricane Center
>> monica.bozeman at noaa.gov
>> On Wed, May 17, 2017 at 3:26 PM, TSB Admin <nhc.tsbadmin at noaa.gov> wrote:
>> Here is today's summary of NHC computer operations:
>> --- Craig
>> 1. NCO continues to make configuration changes to the cumulus N-AWIPS
>> workstation as part of the upgrade to the RHEL6 operating system. The
>> workstation is currently stable. Surface Analyst Evelyn Rivera-Acevedo
>> will run it through some stress tests and report to TSB (Matt Sardi) later
>> 2. To address multiple GFE ingest failures of the Atlantic/NH2 domain NWPS
>> wave model output, AWIPS-II Sysadmin Chris Mello is developing a new
>> script that will break the large output into separate time (snapshot)
>> files. This mimics the way that most grib2 data is ingested.
>> Chris will also work with Lead Forecaster Eric Christensen to convert all
>> TAFB forecasters' procedures to D2D so the SBN data feed can eventually be
>> turned off.
>> Other items:
>> 1. Switching the delivery of GOES-16 satellite imagery in AWIPS-II from
>> scp (ssh secure copy) to a LDM feed has caused multiple outages.
>> Restarting the LDM seems to have fixed this problem. TAFB forecasters can
>> now view the imagery in D2D. Currently, no GOES-16 imagery is available in
>> N-AWIPS. TSB Developer Monica Bozeman will investigate.
>> An earlier outage of the CONUS sector on May 14th was because the
>> satellite was operating in mode 4, which means 10 min full-disk imagery,
>> no CONUS and no mesoscale domains.
>> NHC RFCs:
>> 1. Version 1.2 of the Wind Speed Probability (WSP) package, which includes
>> updates to the track and error distribution coefficients (years 2012-2016
>> for all basins) was implemented yesterday at 1634Z (12:37 pm EDT).
>> 2. A Request for Change (RFC) to enable DBNet alerts on NHC's dbn1/2
>> servers for the GFS ensemble spread and average output files for use by
>> the reconnaissance aircraft targeting program will be implemented on
>> Tuesday, May 23 by the NCO Dataflow group.
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