Update #1: The new Mako server is now in operation. It is receiving METOP data feed, and forwarding to PDA. Pull users should be able to connect. If they cannot, they should submit a help desk ticket..
During this process PDA did not receive data from 16Z to 19Z. The backlogged data is currently updating.

Notification of Swapping Mako to new Tiger

Date/Time Issued: November 5, 2018 1920Z

Product(s) or Data Impacted: ALL EUMETSAT\x92s Level 1 and 2 Products (ASCAT, IASI, GOME & GRAS)

Date/Time of Initial Impact: November 5, 2018 1600Z

Date/Time of Expected End: November 5, 2018 1630Z

Length of Outage: No Outage but may see a data latency with EUMETSAT\x92s Level 1 & 2 Products

Details/Specifics of Change: In preparation for the MetOp-C\x92s launch on Tuesday, November 6th, OSPO will be swapping IP address and name from MAKO to the new Tiger. The new Tiger, which will become MAKO, is a system that was built on a Blade to allow MAKO the capability to receive three (3) satellites (MetOp-A/B/C) and will have increased disk space to allow maintaining data on the system for at least 48 hours.

Contact Information for Further Information: ESPC Operations at ESPCOperations@noaa.gov at 301-817-3880

Web Site(s) for applicable information: N/A

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