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  • bernhard.sauer
    Hello, I already found a thread about this error message, but help given there doesn t fit to my problem, so I try with setting up a new topic. I receive
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      Hello,

      I already found a thread about this error message, but help given
      there doesn't fit to my problem, so I try with setting up a new
      topic.

      I receive eumetsat weather data since two days, using eku-token and
      tellicast-software on reception pc with skystar2. On reception pc I
      installed MSG Data manager ans MSG Animator (both trial versions
      yet).

      After coping first setup-problems (ip-number of DVB-Card etc), it
      worked fine for some hours. Data was received, assimilated by MSG
      DataManager and animated by MSG Animator. But since yesterday, there
      are error messages without end and only very few data is processed.

      Some lines of the MSG Data manager log file:

      +++++++++++++++++++++++
      2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
      2008-03-02 06:42:28.000 L-000-MTP___-MET7________-00_7_057E-
      000004___-200803020700-C_
      2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
      2008-03-02 06:42:30.000 L-000-MTP___-MET7________-06_4_057E-
      000002___-200803020700-C_
      2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
      2008-03-02 06:42:29.000 L-000-MTP___-MET7________-11_5_057E-
      000002___-200803020700-C_
      2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
      2008-03-02 06:42:42.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-VIS006___-
      000008___-200803020630-C_
      2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
      2008-03-02 06:42:43.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_016___-
      000008___-200803020630-C_
      2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
      2008-03-02 06:42:43.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_039___-
      000008___-200803020630-C_
      2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
      2008-03-02 06:42:44.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_108___-
      000008___-200803020630-C_
      2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
      2008-03-02 06:42:46.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_087___-
      000008___-200803020630-C_
      2008-03-02 06:42:46.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_120___-
      000008___-200803020630-C_
      2008-03-02 06:42:45.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-VIS008___-
      000008___-200803020630-C_
      2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
      2008-03-02 06:42:49.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-WV_062___-
      000008___-200803020630-C_
      2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
      2008-03-02 06:42:52.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-WV_073___-
      000008___-200803020630-C_
      +++++++++++++++++++++


      And so on, and so on...

      Operating pc has full access to reception folder. Signal strengh of
      Sat-Signal could be better (about 5dB), but seems to be sufficient,
      BER is 0.

      Tellicast-Software Log shows some interrupted transmissions, some
      lines:

      ++++++++
      MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:00.296:Connected to data channel `EUMETSAT Data
      Channel 2', address 224.223.222.21:2511 (invited)
      MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:09.296:All 1 files of filelist 47ca5b6b004f7df8
      received
      MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:09.609:Delivered all 1 files of filelist
      47ca5b6b004f7df8 from channel `EUMETSAT Data Channel 2'
      MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:14.296:Disconnect from data channel `EUMETSAT
      Data Channel 2', address 224.223.222.21:2511 completed (finished)
      MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:14.625:Connected to data channel `EUMETSAT Data
      Channel 3', address 224.223.222.23:2611 (invited)
      MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:21.062:File transmission 47ca5b79004f7e12
      interrupted: 4 files missing/incomplete
      MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:24.312:File transmission 47ca5b7f004f7e23
      interrupted: filelist missing/incomplete
      MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:24.484:Connected to data channel `EUMETSAT Data
      Channel 2', address 224.223.222.21:2511 (invited)
      MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:26.062:Disconnect from data channel `EUMETSAT
      Data Channel 3', address 224.223.222.23:2611 completed (finished)
      MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:32.781:All 1 files of filelist 47ca5b7f004f7e23
      received
      ++++++++

      I already istalled MSG Data manager on another computer, same
      problem. So to me it seems to be a reception od network problem. One
      thing, that is astonishing to me, is that most received data in
      reception folder has no file extension. Is thís normal? Names are
      like that:

      H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_016___-000001___-200803020630-C_
      H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-VIS006___-000001___-200803020630-C_
      H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_039___-000001___-200803020630-C_

      I would appreciate every hint or help... Thank you vey much for
      reading my lines in bad english (I am german...).

      Bernhard.
    • David J Taylor
      bernhard.sauer wrote: [] ... Bernhard, Welcome to the group. Yes, those are the correct file names - there is no file extension. The best group for questions
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        bernhard.sauer wrote:
        []
        > I already istalled MSG Data manager on another computer, same
        > problem. So to me it seems to be a reception od network problem. One
        > thing, that is astonishing to me, is that most received data in
        > reception folder has no file extension. Is thís normal? Names are
        > like that:
        >
        > H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_016___-000001___-200803020630-C_
        > H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-VIS006___-000001___-200803020630-C_
        > H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_039___-000001___-200803020630-C_
        >
        > I would appreciate every hint or help... Thank you vey much for
        > reading my lines in bad english (I am german...).
        >
        > Bernhard


        Bernhard,

        Welcome to the group.

        Yes, those are the correct file names - there is no file extension.

        The best group for questions about my software is actually the SatSignal
        Yahoo group:

        http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/SatSignal/

        but this seems like a network issue where the MSG Data Manager cannot
        process the files from the network drive properly. You need to check:

        - that the network share provides full access (possibly includes the words
        "Users can modify my files").

        - that the directory which you are sharing allows full access to everyone.

        - that the files allow full access to anyone.

        You may need to check the file ownership as well.

        I would also advise that the directory be excluded from any anti-virus
        checking.

        An alternative configuration is to run the MSG Data Manager on the same PC
        as you receive EUMETCast, as a recent PC with 2GB of memory should be able
        to handle both tasks.

        Cheers,
        David
        --
        SatSignal software - quality software written to your requirements
        Web: http://www.satsignal.eu
        Email: davidtaylor@...
      • Hans-Joachim Empel
        Ich hatte gestern das selbe Problem , der Sturm hat meine SAT - Schüssel etwas ausser Position gedrückt. Prüfe doch mal die Signalstärke des einfallenden
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          Ich hatte gestern das selbe Problem , der Sturm hat meine SAT - Schüssel etwas
          ausser Position gedrückt.

          Prüfe doch mal die Signalstärke des einfallenden Signals , sollte mindestens 35 % betragen.

          Habe gestern meine Schüssel noch nachjustiert , alle Probleme haben sich damit erledigt.

          Hoffe ich konnte mit dem Tip helfen.

          Gruss
          Hans-Joachim

          ----- Original Message -----
          From: bernhard.sauer
          To: MSG-1@yahoogroups.com
          Sent: Sunday, March 02, 2008 9:27 AM
          Subject: [MSG-1] MSG Data Manager: Error Processing File


          Hello,

          I already found a thread about this error message, but help given
          there doesn't fit to my problem, so I try with setting up a new
          topic.

          I receive eumetsat weather data since two days, using eku-token and
          tellicast-software on reception pc with skystar2. On reception pc I
          installed MSG Data manager ans MSG Animator (both trial versions
          yet).

          After coping first setup-problems (ip-number of DVB-Card etc), it
          worked fine for some hours. Data was received, assimilated by MSG
          DataManager and animated by MSG Animator. But since yesterday, there
          are error messages without end and only very few data is processed.

          Some lines of the MSG Data manager log file:

          +++++++++++++++++++++++
          2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
          2008-03-02 06:42:28.000 L-000-MTP___-MET7________-00_7_057E-
          000004___-200803020700-C_
          2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
          2008-03-02 06:42:30.000 L-000-MTP___-MET7________-06_4_057E-
          000002___-200803020700-C_
          2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
          2008-03-02 06:42:29.000 L-000-MTP___-MET7________-11_5_057E-
          000002___-200803020700-C_
          2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
          2008-03-02 06:42:42.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-VIS006___-
          000008___-200803020630-C_
          2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
          2008-03-02 06:42:43.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_016___-
          000008___-200803020630-C_
          2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
          2008-03-02 06:42:43.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_039___-
          000008___-200803020630-C_
          2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
          2008-03-02 06:42:44.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_108___-
          000008___-200803020630-C_
          2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
          2008-03-02 06:42:46.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_087___-
          000008___-200803020630-C_
          2008-03-02 06:42:46.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_120___-
          000008___-200803020630-C_
          2008-03-02 06:42:45.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-VIS008___-
          000008___-200803020630-C_
          2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
          2008-03-02 06:42:49.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-WV_062___-
          000008___-200803020630-C_
          2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
          2008-03-02 06:42:52.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-WV_073___-
          000008___-200803020630-C_
          +++++++++++++++++++++

          And so on, and so on...

          Operating pc has full access to reception folder. Signal strengh of
          Sat-Signal could be better (about 5dB), but seems to be sufficient,
          BER is 0.

          Tellicast-Software Log shows some interrupted transmissions, some
          lines:

          ++++++++
          MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:00.296:Connected to data channel `EUMETSAT Data
          Channel 2', address 224.223.222.21:2511 (invited)
          MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:09.296:All 1 files of filelist 47ca5b6b004f7df8
          received
          MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:09.609:Delivered all 1 files of filelist
          47ca5b6b004f7df8 from channel `EUMETSAT Data Channel 2'
          MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:14.296:Disconnect from data channel `EUMETSAT
          Data Channel 2', address 224.223.222.21:2511 completed (finished)
          MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:14.625:Connected to data channel `EUMETSAT Data
          Channel 3', address 224.223.222.23:2611 (invited)
          MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:21.062:File transmission 47ca5b79004f7e12
          interrupted: 4 files missing/incomplete
          MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:24.312:File transmission 47ca5b7f004f7e23
          interrupted: filelist missing/incomplete
          MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:24.484:Connected to data channel `EUMETSAT Data
          Channel 2', address 224.223.222.21:2511 (invited)
          MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:26.062:Disconnect from data channel `EUMETSAT
          Data Channel 3', address 224.223.222.23:2611 completed (finished)
          MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:32.781:All 1 files of filelist 47ca5b7f004f7e23
          received
          ++++++++

          I already istalled MSG Data manager on another computer, same
          problem. So to me it seems to be a reception od network problem. One
          thing, that is astonishing to me, is that most received data in
          reception folder has no file extension. Is thís normal? Names are
          like that:

          H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_016___-000001___-200803020630-C_
          H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-VIS006___-000001___-200803020630-C_
          H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_039___-000001___-200803020630-C_

          I would appreciate every hint or help... Thank you vey much for
          reading my lines in bad english (I am german...).

          Bernhard.





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        • nigel heasman
          Hi Bernhard, two questions / thoughts come to mind about your problem:- 1) are the received files, that MSG Data Manager has problems with, being deleted or
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            Hi Bernhard,
            two questions / thoughts come to mind about your problem:-
            1) are the received files, that MSG Data Manager has problems with, being deleted or are they building up in your received folder?
            If they are being deleted then, to me, that means there is NOT a file access problem - it's quite likely to be poor reception quality. Are you using a RAM drive?

            2) The file names you have shown look normal to me - I don't think the " H-000-MSG2......." files have ever had file extension names in the "normal" way - but I may be wrong on that.

            Is there anyway you can improve your received signal ? Mine is currently running at 7.2dB and 58% SNR and I am loosing a few segments - this is due to the dish being knocked accidentally yesterday and I hope to readjust it today.

            Hope this helps
            Nigel


            "bernhard.sauer" <bernhard.sauer@...> wrote: Hello,

            I already found a thread about this error message, but help given
            there doesn't fit to my problem, so I try with setting up a new
            topic.

            I receive eumetsat weather data since two days, using eku-token and
            tellicast-software on reception pc with skystar2. On reception pc I
            installed MSG Data manager ans MSG Animator (both trial versions
            yet).

            After coping first setup-problems (ip-number of DVB-Card etc), it
            worked fine for some hours. Data was received, assimilated by MSG
            DataManager and animated by MSG Animator. But since yesterday, there
            are error messages without end and only very few data is processed.

            Some lines of the MSG Data manager log file:

            +++++++++++++++++++++++
            2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
            2008-03-02 06:42:28.000 L-000-MTP___-MET7________-00_7_057E-
            000004___-200803020700-C_
            2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
            2008-03-02 06:42:30.000 L-000-MTP___-MET7________-06_4_057E-
            000002___-200803020700-C_
            2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
            2008-03-02 06:42:29.000 L-000-MTP___-MET7________-11_5_057E-
            000002___-200803020700-C_
            2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
            2008-03-02 06:42:42.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-VIS006___-
            000008___-200803020630-C_
            2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
            2008-03-02 06:42:43.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_016___-
            000008___-200803020630-C_
            2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
            2008-03-02 06:42:43.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_039___-
            000008___-200803020630-C_
            2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
            2008-03-02 06:42:44.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_108___-
            000008___-200803020630-C_
            2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
            2008-03-02 06:42:46.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_087___-
            000008___-200803020630-C_
            2008-03-02 06:42:46.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_120___-
            000008___-200803020630-C_
            2008-03-02 06:42:45.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-VIS008___-
            000008___-200803020630-C_
            2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
            2008-03-02 06:42:49.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-WV_062___-
            000008___-200803020630-C_
            2008-03-02 07:06:44 Error processing file
            2008-03-02 06:42:52.000 H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-WV_073___-
            000008___-200803020630-C_
            +++++++++++++++++++++

            And so on, and so on...

            Operating pc has full access to reception folder. Signal strengh of
            Sat-Signal could be better (about 5dB), but seems to be sufficient,
            BER is 0.

            Tellicast-Software Log shows some interrupted transmissions, some
            lines:

            ++++++++
            MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:00.296:Connected to data channel `EUMETSAT Data
            Channel 2', address 224.223.222.21:2511 (invited)
            MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:09.296:All 1 files of filelist 47ca5b6b004f7df8
            received
            MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:09.609:Delivered all 1 files of filelist
            47ca5b6b004f7df8 from channel `EUMETSAT Data Channel 2'
            MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:14.296:Disconnect from data channel `EUMETSAT
            Data Channel 2', address 224.223.222.21:2511 completed (finished)
            MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:14.625:Connected to data channel `EUMETSAT Data
            Channel 3', address 224.223.222.23:2611 (invited)
            MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:21.062:File transmission 47ca5b79004f7e12
            interrupted: 4 files missing/incomplete
            MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:24.312:File transmission 47ca5b7f004f7e23
            interrupted: filelist missing/incomplete
            MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:24.484:Connected to data channel `EUMETSAT Data
            Channel 2', address 224.223.222.21:2511 (invited)
            MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:26.062:Disconnect from data channel `EUMETSAT
            Data Channel 3', address 224.223.222.23:2611 completed (finished)
            MSG:2008-03-02 07:47:32.781:All 1 files of filelist 47ca5b7f004f7e23
            received
            ++++++++

            I already istalled MSG Data manager on another computer, same
            problem. So to me it seems to be a reception od network problem. One
            thing, that is astonishing to me, is that most received data in
            reception folder has no file extension. Is thís normal? Names are
            like that:

            H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_016___-000001___-200803020630-C_
            H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-VIS006___-000001___-200803020630-C_
            H-000-MSG2__-MSG2________-IR_039___-000001___-200803020630-C_

            I would appreciate every hint or help... Thank you vey much for
            reading my lines in bad english (I am german...).

            Bernhard.








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          • bernhard.sauer
            ... [...] ... virus checking. [...] ... David, thank you for answering. You were right, it s a network issue. I installed MSG Data manager on the reception PC
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              --- In MSG-1@yahoogroups.com, "David J Taylor" <gm8arv@...> wrote:
              >
              > Bernhard,
              >
              [...]
              > but this seems like a network issue where the MSG Data Manager
              > cannot process the files from the network drive properly.
              > You need to check:
              > - that the network share provides full access (possibly includes
              > the words "Users can modify my files").
              > - that the directory which you are sharing allows full access to
              > everyone.
              > - that the files allow full access to anyone.
              > You may need to check the file ownership as well.
              > I would also advise that the directory be excluded from any anti-
              virus checking.
              [...]
              > Cheers,
              > David

              David,

              thank you for answering. You were right, it's a network issue. I
              installed MSG Data manager on the reception PC and it works fine.
              Unfortunately this PC is rather weak (Athlon 1.6 GHz, 512MB RAM), so
              network installation should work better.

              Now I found out, that the operation PC has full access to data, which
              was written into the reception folder BEFORE sharing the folder
              within the network. Data, which is written there AFTER sharing the
              folder causes the "error processing file"-message. It also is not
              possible to delete these later written files by network access. If
              I 'renew' sharing the reception folder, the data meanwhile generated
              is processed. It seems, that sharing the reception folder only
              affects existing data, but has no effect to future data. Strange,
              isn't it?

              This really is no MSG Data manager problem anymor, but can anyone
              help?

              Thank you very much, Bernhard.
            • bernhard.sauer
              Hallo Hans-Joachim, wie schön, eine Antwort in deutsch! Danke für den Tipp, meine Signalqualität ist mit 40%-45% zwar sicherlich schlechter als eigentlich
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                Hallo Hans-Joachim,

                wie schön, eine Antwort in deutsch! Danke für den Tipp, meine
                Signalqualität ist mit 40%-45% zwar sicherlich schlechter als
                eigentlich möglich und wünschenswert, aber die Fehlerquote (BER)
                liegt bei 0, so dass der Empfang eigentlich nicht schuld sein kann.
                Ich bin inzwischen auch schon ein bisschen weiter gekommen, siehe
                meine Antwort an David.

                Vielen Dank und viele Grüße, Bernhard.

                --- In MSG-1@yahoogroups.com, "Hans-Joachim Empel" <hajoempel@...>
                wrote:
                >
                > Ich hatte gestern das selbe Problem , der Sturm hat meine SAT -
                Schüssel etwas
                > ausser Position gedrückt.
                >
                > Prüfe doch mal die Signalstärke des einfallenden Signals , sollte
                mindestens 35 % betragen.
                >
                > Habe gestern meine Schüssel noch nachjustiert , alle Probleme haben
                sich damit erledigt.
                >
                > Hoffe ich konnte mit dem Tip helfen.
                >
                > Gruss
                > Hans-Joachim
              • bernhard.sauer
                Hi Nigel, your answer helped me, indeed most files where not deleted, so that it must be a file access problem. Thank you for this hint. It seems, that file
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                  Hi Nigel,

                  your answer helped me, indeed most files where not deleted, so that
                  it must be a file access problem. Thank you for this hint.

                  It seems, that file sharing on my PC only effects existing data, but
                  not data, which is written after sharing the folder - I have no clue
                  for what reason or how to fix it... See my answer to David.

                  But you are right, I really should increase my poor reception
                  quality. I will do, as soon as the weather becomes more stable. :)

                  Thank you very much, bernhard.


                  --- In MSG-1@yahoogroups.com, nigel heasman <nigel_heasman@...> wrote:
                  >
                  > Hi Bernhard,
                  > two questions / thoughts come to mind about your problem:-
                  > 1) are the received files, that MSG Data Manager has problems with,
                  being deleted or are they building up in your received folder?
                  > If they are being deleted then, to me, that means there is NOT a
                  file access problem - it's quite likely to be poor reception quality.
                  Are you using a RAM drive?
                  >
                  > 2) The file names you have shown look normal to me - I don't think
                  the " H-000-MSG2......." files have ever had file extension names in
                  the "normal" way - but I may be wrong on that.
                  >
                  > Is there anyway you can improve your received signal ? Mine is
                  currently running at 7.2dB and 58% SNR and I am loosing a few
                  segments - this is due to the dish being knocked accidentally
                  yesterday and I hope to readjust it today.
                  >
                  > Hope this helps
                  > Nigel
                • Alan Sewards
                  Bernhardt, Some time ago I had a file sharing problem with windows XP and to solve it I had to share at the disk,and every level down to the folders. Once this
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                    Bernhardt,
                    Some time ago I had a file sharing problem with windows XP and to
                    solve it I had to share at the disk,and every level down to the folders.
                    Once this was done, XP seemed to accept that data could be shared and
                    all was well.

                    Good luck - Alan

                    bernhard.sauer wrote:
                    >
                    > --- In MSG-1@yahoogroups.com <mailto:MSG-1%40yahoogroups.com>, "David
                    > J Taylor" <gm8arv@...> wrote:
                    > >
                    > > Bernhard,
                    > >
                    > [...]
                    > > but this seems like a network issue where the MSG Data Manager
                    > > cannot process the files from the network drive properly.
                    > > You need to check:
                    > > - that the network share provides full access (possibly includes
                    > > the words "Users can modify my files").
                    > > - that the directory which you are sharing allows full access to
                    > > everyone.
                    > > - that the files allow full access to anyone.
                    > > You may need to check the file ownership as well.
                    > > I would also advise that the directory be excluded from any anti-
                    > virus checking.
                    > [...]
                    > > Cheers,
                    > > David
                    >
                    > David,
                    >
                    > thank you for answering. You were right, it's a network issue. I
                    > installed MSG Data manager on the reception PC and it works fine.
                    > Unfortunately this PC is rather weak (Athlon 1.6 GHz, 512MB RAM), so
                    > network installation should work better.
                    >
                    > Now I found out, that the operation PC has full access to data, which
                    > was written into the reception folder BEFORE sharing the folder
                    > within the network. Data, which is written there AFTER sharing the
                    > folder causes the "error processing file"-message. It also is not
                    > possible to delete these later written files by network access. If
                    > I 'renew' sharing the reception folder, the data meanwhile generated
                    > is processed. It seems, that sharing the reception folder only
                    > affects existing data, but has no effect to future data. Strange,
                    > isn't it?
                    >
                    > This really is no MSG Data manager problem anymor, but can anyone
                    > help?
                    >
                    > Thank you very much, Bernhard.
                    >
                    >
                  • David J Taylor
                    bernhard.sauer wrote: [] ... Bernhard, You are not the first person to report this problem, but it is a problem which has only been reported recently. I
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                      []
                      > David,
                      >
                      > thank you for answering. You were right, it's a network issue. I
                      > installed MSG Data manager on the reception PC and it works fine.
                      > Unfortunately this PC is rather weak (Athlon 1.6 GHz, 512MB RAM), so
                      > network installation should work better.
                      >
                      > Now I found out, that the operation PC has full access to data, which
                      > was written into the reception folder BEFORE sharing the folder
                      > within the network. Data, which is written there AFTER sharing the
                      > folder causes the "error processing file"-message. It also is not
                      > possible to delete these later written files by network access. If
                      > I 'renew' sharing the reception folder, the data meanwhile generated
                      > is processed. It seems, that sharing the reception folder only
                      > affects existing data, but has no effect to future data. Strange,
                      > isn't it?
                      >
                      > This really is no MSG Data manager problem anymor, but can anyone
                      > help?
                      >
                      > Thank you very much, Bernhard.

                      Bernhard,

                      You are not the first person to report this problem, but it is a problem
                      which has only been reported recently. I therefore suspect that it may be
                      due to a relatively recent change in Windows XP. You have provided more
                      information than I have seen before, for which, thanks.

                      I have checked a Windows XP Home system, and as I can see only one
                      security setting ("Allow network users to change my files"), and I can
                      nothing about security on individual files, or the ownership of individual
                      files before and after sharing is enabled, I am rather stuck as to how to
                      proceed on that OS. I presume that "Allow network users to change my
                      files" is checked?

                      It is certainly worth trying Alan's suggestion of sharing the whole disk,
                      even though that is less desirable from the security viewpoint.

                      Your test (trying to delete files over the network) is exactly the test to
                      perform, and I was unable to verify this problem with the previous
                      person's report.

                      Just one odd thought - if you disable the anti-virus and the firewall (one
                      at a time) on the PC with TelliCast, does it make a difference?


                      I should comment that the TelliCast \received\ files should, of course, be
                      stored outside the C:\Program Files\ tree. This may be part of the
                      difficulty. If the steps above don't work, it might be worth trying the
                      following as an experiment. Be sure to save your existing working files,
                      of course! Create a new folder such as C:\TelliCast\, and change your
                      recv.ini file to point the tmp_directory there:

                      [parameters]
                      tmp_directory=C:\TelliCast\temp

                      and your recv-channels.ini file to be something like:

                      [EUMETSAT Data Channel 1]
                      target_directory=C:\TelliCast\received

                      [EUMETSAT Data Channel 2]
                      target_directory=C:\TelliCast\received

                      [EUMETSAT Data Channel 3]
                      target_directory=C:\TelliCast\received

                      Even better if you can use a separate physical disk (using a separate
                      partition for this purpose is not a good idea).

                      I don't know if this article helps to understand sharing:

                      http://support.microsoft.com/kb/304040

                      Cheers,
                      David
                      --
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                    • Robert Moore
                      Bernhardt I had really dire problems some time ago, which took a long time to sort out, but one important step was to enable sharing of the whole disk. Robert
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                        Bernhardt
                        I had really dire problems some time ago, which took a long time to
                        sort out, but one important step was to enable sharing of the whole
                        disk.
                        Robert


                        --- In MSG-1@yahoogroups.com, Alan Sewards <asewards@...> wrote:
                        >
                        > Bernhardt,
                        > Some time ago I had a file sharing problem with windows XP and
                        to
                        > solve it I had to share at the disk,and every level down to the
                        folders.
                        > Once this was done, XP seemed to accept that data could be shared
                        and
                        > all was well.
                        >
                        > Good luck - Alan
                        >
                        > bernhard.sauer wrote:
                        > >
                        > > --- In MSG-1@yahoogroups.com <mailto:MSG-1%
                        40yahoogroups.com>, "David
                        > > J Taylor" <gm8arv@> wrote:
                        > > >
                        > > > Bernhard,
                        > > >
                        > > [...]
                        > > > but this seems like a network issue where the MSG Data Manager
                        > > > cannot process the files from the network drive properly.
                        > > > You need to check:
                        > > > - that the network share provides full access (possibly includes
                        > > > the words "Users can modify my files").
                        > > > - that the directory which you are sharing allows full access to
                        > > > everyone.
                        > > > - that the files allow full access to anyone.
                        > > > You may need to check the file ownership as well.
                        > > > I would also advise that the directory be excluded from any
                        anti-
                        > > virus checking.
                        > > [...]
                        > > > Cheers,
                        > > > David
                        > >
                        > > David,
                        > >
                        > > thank you for answering. You were right, it's a network issue. I
                        > > installed MSG Data manager on the reception PC and it works fine.
                        > > Unfortunately this PC is rather weak (Athlon 1.6 GHz, 512MB RAM),
                        so
                        > > network installation should work better.
                        > >
                        > > Now I found out, that the operation PC has full access to data,
                        which
                        > > was written into the reception folder BEFORE sharing the folder
                        > > within the network. Data, which is written there AFTER sharing the
                        > > folder causes the "error processing file"-message. It also is not
                        > > possible to delete these later written files by network access. If
                        > > I 'renew' sharing the reception folder, the data meanwhile
                        generated
                        > > is processed. It seems, that sharing the reception folder only
                        > > affects existing data, but has no effect to future data. Strange,
                        > > isn't it?
                        > >
                        > > This really is no MSG Data manager problem anymor, but can anyone
                        > > help?
                        > >
                        > > Thank you very much, Bernhard.
                        > >
                        > >
                        >
                      • brekaman
                        Hmmmm, I run a 2pc setup on windows xp pro but my Tellicast is in the progam files directory!It seems to work perfectly. It shares the rx pc with MSG Data
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                          Hmmmm,
                          I run a 2pc setup on windows xp pro but my Tellicast is in the "progam
                          files" directory!It seems to work perfectly. It shares the rx pc with
                          MSG Data manager.I wonder who else has it in the program files
                          directory?

                          How's the holidays going David?

                          Greetings from a very windy BG

                          Rob

                          --- In MSG-1@yahoogroups.com, "David J Taylor" <gm8arv@...> wrote:
                          > I should comment that the TelliCast \received\ files should, of
                          course, be
                          > stored outside the C:\Program Files\ tree. This may be part of the
                          > difficulty.
                        • David J Taylor
                          ... Rob, Some folk get away with it, others not. It may be just on XP Pro systems. Looking forward to holidays soon. Don t get blown away! Cheers, David --
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                            brekaman wrote:
                            > Hmmmm,
                            > I run a 2pc setup on windows xp pro but my Tellicast is in the "progam
                            > files" directory!It seems to work perfectly. It shares the rx pc with
                            > MSG Data manager.I wonder who else has it in the program files
                            > directory?
                            >
                            > How's the holidays going David?
                            >
                            > Greetings from a very windy BG
                            >
                            > Rob

                            Rob,

                            Some folk get away with it, others not. It may be just on XP Pro systems.

                            Looking forward to holidays soon. Don't get blown away!

                            Cheers,
                            David
                            --
                            SatSignal software - quality software written to your requirements
                            Web: http://www.satsignal.eu
                            Email: davidtaylor@...
                          • Alan Sewards
                            Hi, I think the prohibition on using the received folders within the Program Files tree only applies to Windows VISTA. My system runs XP and has the original
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                              Hi,
                              I think the prohibition on using the \received folders within the
                              Program Files tree only applies to Windows VISTA. My system runs XP and
                              has the original positions for the \received (and \temp) folders in the
                              T-Systems folder in the Program Files tree. I had to share the disk and
                              everything below it down to the actual folders of interest to get the
                              sharing working OK however.
                              Yeah - we got a mistral blowing too.

                              Best regards - Alan

                              brekaman wrote:
                              >
                              > Hmmmm,
                              > I run a 2pc setup on windows xp pro but my Tellicast is in the "progam
                              > files" directory!It seems to work perfectly. It shares the rx pc with
                              > MSG Data manager.I wonder who else has it in the program files
                              > directory?
                              >
                              > How's the holidays going David?
                              >
                              > Greetings from a very windy BG
                              >
                              > Rob
                              >
                              > --- In MSG-1@yahoogroups.com <mailto:MSG-1%40yahoogroups.com>, "David
                              > J Taylor" <gm8arv@...> wrote:
                              > > I should comment that the TelliCast \received\ files should, of
                              > course, be
                              > > stored outside the C:\Program Files\ tree. This may be part of the
                              > > difficulty.
                              >
                              >
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