[seek-dev] data

Matt Jones jones at nceas.ucsb.edu
Tue Nov 8 14:48:38 PST 2005

And this is hopefully being fixed by Kevin.  Resultsets need to expire 
quickly -- they probably shouldn't be cached for very long, while more 
immutable objects like data files can be cached much longer.


Jing Tao wrote:
> Hi, deana:
> I will take look soon. But did you delete the cache before you search? 
> Othewise it will use the cache result. The chache dir is in 
> yourhomedirecotry/.kepler
> Thanks,
> Jing
> Jing Tao
> National Center for Ecological
> Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS)
> 735 State St. Suite 204
> Santa Barbara, CA 93101
> On Tue, 8 Nov 2005, Deana Pennington wrote:
>>Date: Tue, 08 Nov 2005 15:31:23 -0700
>>From: Deana Pennington <dpennington at lternet.edu>
>>To: seek-dev <seek-dev at ecoinformatics.org>
>>Subject: [seek-dev] data
>>I confess to being baffled (not a confession I like to make :-)
>>I have a file on the SRB with an associated EML file in metacat.  The
>>original eml had an error in the distribution url.  I edited the url and
>>nothing else.  The new eml file shows up on the knb website search.
>>Kepler, however, keeps retrieving the old eml file.  I have the exact
>>same issue with other files as well.  The known problem files are all
>>IPCC climate change data:
>>dpennington.34.7 (kepler retrieves 34.6)
>>     70.5 (70.4)
>>     88.2 (88.1)
>>    124.2 (124.1)
>>and others
>>If you search on "ipcc" in Kepler, the first return is 70.4.  If you
>>search for dpennington.34.7, you get no return.
>>In all of the above cases, the original url had an extra period in the
>>filename which I replaced with an underscore...no other changes made.  I
>>validated the new file with the knb tool...no problems found.  Compared
>>the new file in knb with the old file in kepler..see no differences
>>other than the underscore.
>>Ideas or suggestions?
>>Deana D. Pennington, PhD
>>Long-term Ecological Research Network Office
>>UNM Biology Department
>>MSC03  2020
>>1 University of New Mexico
>>Albuquerque, NM  87131-0001
>>505-277-2595 (office)
>>505-249-2604 (cell)
>>505 277-2541 (fax)
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Matt Jones
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