A granule of OLI data was downloaded from USGS (new website) named :LC08_L1TP_119038_20170527_20170527_01_RT_MTL.txt. However, I can't download the ancillary files by GUI and getanc.py. The message was:
ERROR: For LC08_L1TP_119038_20170527_20170527_01_RT_MTL.txt could not determine: start time, start date, stoptime, stop date. Exiting.
l1info reported the following error:
-E- /data5/swdev/seadas/build/src/liboli/get_oli_nom_angles.c line 37: Initializing the metadata file /home/rslakes/optics/source/taihu/LC08_L1TP_119038_20170527_20170527_01_RT/LC08_L1TP_119038_20170527_20170527_01_RT_MTL.txt.
The filename from new USGS website was different from old website, I guessed that the script can't identify the date. I have updated the processors.
What I should do, could someone give me some suggestions?
Checking the USGS Earth Explorer site, I didn't find the file you mentioned, but did get one processed more recently named LC08_L1TP_119038_20170527_20170615_01_T1_MTL.txt. After downloading it, I ran getanc.py and it worked. So my response is the dreaded "Worked on my machine."
Did you get the file from Earth Explorer? Is the get_obpg_file_type.py program able to identify it? Does using its "-t" option provide the start and end times?
That said, our software does not yet support the new format. No date has been set for when that will happen.