The version 1.4.1 of OCTOPUS is not compatible with Java >=9, this will be implemented in the next OCTOPUS release.
Then modify the java used by OCTOPUS in the octopus.bat (windows) or octopus.sh (linux) file (in the installation directory).
replace java by <java_path>java where <java_path> is the path to the java 8 that you just copied, as in the exemple below:
<your_path_to_the_copied_java8/>java -jar octopus.jar
If you need to launch OCTOPUS on a server without a graphical interface (no graphical packages installed), use the command below:
java -cp octopus.jar fr.ifremer.octopus.controller.BatchController <options>
1/ In the octopus installation directory (containing the octopus.jar file): create a file named octopus.bat
2/ in this file, write the following line:
java -Dhttp.proxyHost=xx.xx.xx.xx -Dhttp.proxyPort=yy -jar octopus.jar
with xx.xx.xx.xx = your proxy server IP address, yy= your proxy port
3/ launch octopus using this octopus.bat file (double click)
For the moment, there is no Mac OS Octopus version. But Octopus is a java application. (The .exe and .sh files for windows and linux are just shortcuts to simplify the user life.)
If the user has installed java Oracle 1.8 on his Mac OS, he should be able to run Octopus:
SeaDatanet ODV is more restrictive than ODV, some files can be uploaded in ODV, but they are not SeaDataNet ODV compliant. The SeaDatanet ODV must follow strictly the format specifications defined in the Transport format document.
The document below lists all checks and corresponding errors in ODV files, it will help you to correct your file.
The document below lists all checks and corresponding errors in netCDF files, it will help you to correct your file.