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there is an option to save raw files in Metop manager. You have to
tick "Save data in EPS format".
This saves the raw data in the EPS-Global folder as "AVHR_xxx_1B_M01......
If you tweak the avhrr_l1b_eps.yaml file
in Satpy to recognize files like
you can use
this files with Satpy.
Maybe Ernst could add the tweak into his next release, you just
have to add a reader dir in your
SATPY_CONFIG_PATH, and the place the
tweaked avhrr_l1b_eps.yaml files there.
Then the files stored by Metop manager will be recognized.
Am 03.01.22 um 11:05 schrieb Graham
Good Morning Philip
There is an issue with David's Metop Manager in that there isnt an
option to save the raw data to a specified location like there is
in the MSG Data Manager and I dont think there ever will be
However if you untick Delete Files from RX in the Metop Manager
then it will continually reprocess all the files again and again -
it doesnt seem to recognise which files have been processed for
that day and which havent so it just does the whole lot over again
The solution I found is to set up a process that watches the
EPS-10 directory and as soon as new files come in it copies them
to a specified location. It does this before the Metop Manager
processes them which means I can leave Delete Files from RX ticked
. However for my solution it does involve extra software to
monitor the EPS-10 directory
Its just something to be aware of if you decide to use pytroll for
It doesnt seem to be a problem with Himawari ,GOES16/17s as they
do have an option to save the raw data
I dont know why the Metop Manager is different