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Re: [las_users] Unable to display all files in Thredds aggregation using LAS 7.3 and Ferret 6.842


You can use an <arange> to describe the dates over the full range, but users will either get a plot with all missing or a plot interpolated between the closest points depending on how you set your <ferret><interpolate_data>true|false</interpolate_data></ferret> property for that data set in question.


On Wed, Jul 10, 2013 at 10:14 AM, Oots, Penny C. (LARC-E301)[SCIENCE SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS, INC] <penny.c.oots@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
Because data for certain dates are missing from a Thredds aggregation, the xml configuration file I am using contains 3070 lines for the dates of these files.
(Sample: <v>01-Oct-2004 00:00:00</v>
                 <v>02-Oct-2004 00:00:00</v>
                 <v>03-Oct-2004 00:00:00</v>  etc thru 2013)
I should also mention that I have a <memsize>512M</memsize> in the configuration for this aggregation.

I get the following message if I include all 3070 dates:

A script on this page may be busy, or it may have stopped responding. You can stop the script now, or you can continue to see if the script will complete.
I have clicked continue but got no response and gave up after waiting several minutes.

If I use dates from 2004-2009, I get correct plots. (Got the message above when I added 2010 dates).   I also get correct plots if I use dates from 2008-2013.  I plan on splitting this up to get a complete display but wondered if there was a more elegant way around this.

By the way, I don't have this problem with LAS 8.0 and Ferret 6.842 on the test server but I don't know how long it will be before I can install LAS 8 in production and a customer wants ALL the data now.

Penny Oots
MyNASAData, Hampton, VA

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