Sat Mar 12 20:44:06 EST 2016
to the STDERR.#### number).
And the error message:
> fail at i,j= 4 20 ; rStarFacW,H,eta = 0.199998 1.824900E+02 -1.414777E+02 -1.505953E+02
> WARNING: r*FacW < hFacInf at 1 pts : bi,bj,Thid,Iter= 1 1 1 48123658
will tell you that it stopped:
- at time-step number: myIter= 48123658
- at a grid point in tile bi,bj= 1,1 within the group of
tiles this processor handles
(but probably you just have one tile per procs, i.e., nSx=nSy=1)
- with grid point indices: i=4 , j=20 within this tile.
At this precise location, rStarFacW = 0.199998 is becoming too small
(smaller that hFacInf = 0.2)
because the detph (at western edge of the warer column) is 1.824900E+02 (m)
but the SSH (model variable: EtaH) on each side of this wester edge,
i.e., EtaH(i-1,j) and EtaH(i,j) are respectively (in m): -1.414777E+02 -1.505953E+02
On Thu, Jun 02, 2016 at 10:24:43AM +0200, Alexandre Pohl wrote:
> Hi David,
> Sorry but, could you please remind me, how to locate the grid point on the model output (or binary input bathymetry file, size [192 32] or [32 6 32]) from the (i,j) coordinates that appear in the error message ?
> Thanks !
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