[MITgcm-support] testreport with global_with_exf
Martin.Losch at awi.de
Mon Feb 19 04:31:57 EST 2018
bkli04m001::tr_run.yearly (master)> cat STDERR*
(PID.TID 0000.0001) ** Warning ** PROFILES_READPARMS: ignores "data.profiles" file since
(PID.TID 0000.0001) ** Warning ** PROFILES_READPARMS: usePROFILES= F (set from "data.pkg")
(PID.TID 0000.0001) SET_REF_STATE: Unable to compute reference stratification
(PID.TID 0000.0001) SET_REF_STATE: with EOS="POLY3" ; set dBdrRef(1:Nr) to zeros
appears to be normal. The error is raise in this part of the code (starting at line 106 of exf_check.F):
IF ( useAtmWind ) THEN
IF ( ustressfile .NE. ' ' .OR. vstressfile .NE. ' ' ) THEN
& 'EXF_CHECK: use u,v_wind components but not wind-stress'
CALL PRINT_ERROR( msgBuf, myThid )
errCount = errCount + 1
u/vstressfile are set in this experiment, and in my run I get:
(PID.TID 0000.0001) // ALLOW_ATM_WIND (useAtmWind): NOT defined
So I assume that you either changed something to set the ALLOW_ATM_WIND cpp flag, or you set the runtime flag useAtmWind in data.exf.
To make things simple, I would checkout a fresh copy of the MITgcm and run testreport again. If that works, then you’ll have to figure out what’s different between the “untouched” MITgcm and your version. With CVS (or git if you are already there), it should be easy to find the differences between your version of the code and the default (usually working) version of the code.
> On 16. Feb 2018, at 23:27, Neil Patel <nigellius at gmail.com> wrote:
> testreport did not pass without MPI. It was able to read bathymetry.bin but got stuck at an exf step. I got this:
> => output from running in global_with_exf/tr_run.yearly :
>> link mitgcmuv from dir ../build
>> ** Warning ** PROFILES_READPARMS: ignores "data.profiles" file since
>> ** Warning ** PROFILES_READPARMS: usePROFILES= F (set from "data.pkg")
>> SET_REF_STATE: Unable to compute reference stratification
>> SET_REF_STATE: with EOS="POLY3" ; set dBdrRef(1:Nr) to zeros
>> S/R EXF_CHECK: use u,v_wind components but not wind-stress
>> ABNORMAL END: S/R EXF_CHECK
> Anyone recognize what this might be from?
>> Today's Topics:
>> 1. Re: MITgcm-support Digest, Vol 176, Issue 4 (Martin Losch)
>> 2. Re: OBCS for ocean, but periodic for sea ice? (Martin Losch)
>> 3. Re: OBCS for ocean, but periodic for sea ice? (Daniel Goldberg)
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>> Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2018 19:36:07 +0100
>> From: Martin Losch <Martin.Losch at awi.de>
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>> before you use MPI, try without. Does the test pass without MPI?
>> The model is tested every day with and without MPI on many different machines. If you encounter problems with MPI then I would first make sure that simple MPI programs run successfully.
>> For testreport, on top of the -mpi flag you need to pass the command to testreport that you need to run an mpi program, e.g. with -command "mpirun -n 2 mpirun? or whatever your command is, and how many processes you can allow (I?d use two for a simple test).
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