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2018-12-19T15:14:45+01:00 (21 months ago)
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smasson
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dev_r10164_HPC09_ESIWACE_PREP_MERGE: suppress the use of nstop out of ctl_stop, see #2133

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  • NEMO/branches/2018/dev_r10164_HPC09_ESIWACE_PREP_MERGE/src/TOP/TRP/trdmxl_trc.F90

    r10402 r10417  
    776776 
    777777      IF( ( lk_trdmxl_trc ) .AND. ( MOD( nitend-nittrc000+1, nn_trd_trc ) /= 0 ) ) THEN 
    778          WRITE(numout,cform_err) 
    779          WRITE(numout,*) '                Your nitend parameter, nitend = ', nitend 
    780          WRITE(numout,*) '                is no multiple of the trends diagnostics frequency        ' 
    781          WRITE(numout,*) '                          you defined, nn_trd_trc   = ', nn_trd_trc 
    782          WRITE(numout,*) '                This will not allow you to restart from this simulation.  ' 
    783          WRITE(numout,*) '                You should reconsider this choice.                        '  
    784          WRITE(numout,*)  
    785          WRITE(numout,*) '                N.B. the nitend parameter is also constrained to be a     ' 
    786          WRITE(numout,*) '                multiple of the sea-ice frequency parameter (typically 5) ' 
    787          nstop = nstop + 1 
     778         WRITE(ctmp1,*) '                Your nitend parameter, nitend = ', nitend 
     779         WRITE(ctmp2,*) '                is no multiple of the trends diagnostics frequency        ' 
     780         WRITE(ctmp3,*) '                          you defined, nn_trd_trc   = ', nn_trd_trc 
     781         WRITE(ctmp4,*) '                This will not allow you to restart from this simulation.  ' 
     782         WRITE(ctmp5,*) '                You should reconsider this choice.                        '  
     783         WRITE(ctmp6,*)  
     784         WRITE(ctmp7,*) '                N.B. the nitend parameter is also constrained to be a     ' 
     785         WRITE(ctmp8,*) '                multiple of the sea-ice frequency parameter (typically 5) ' 
     786         CALL ctl_stop( ctmp1, ctmp2, ctmp3, ctmp4, ctmp5, ctmp6, ctmp7, ctmp8 ) 
    788787      ENDIF 
    789788 
     
    795794 
    796795      IF( ( ln_trcadv_muscl .OR. ln_trcadv_muscl2 ) .AND. .NOT. ln_trdmxl_trc_instant ) THEN 
    797          WRITE(numout,cform_err) 
    798          WRITE(numout,*) '                Currently, you can NOT use simultaneously tracer MUSCL    ' 
    799          WRITE(numout,*) '                advection and window averaged diagnostics of ML trends.   ' 
    800          WRITE(numout,*) '                WHY? Everything in trdmxl_trc is coded for leap-frog, and ' 
    801          WRITE(numout,*) '                MUSCL scheme is Euler forward for passive tracers (note   ' 
    802          WRITE(numout,*) '                that MUSCL is leap-frog for active tracers T/S).          ' 
    803          WRITE(numout,*) '                In particuliar, entrainment trend would be FALSE. However ' 
    804          WRITE(numout,*) '                this residual is correct for instantaneous ML diagnostics.' 
    805          WRITE(numout,*)  
    806          nstop = nstop + 1 
     796         WRITE(ctmp1,*) '                Currently, you can NOT use simultaneously tracer MUSCL    ' 
     797         WRITE(ctmp2,*) '                advection and window averaged diagnostics of ML trends.   ' 
     798         WRITE(ctmp3,*) '                WHY? Everything in trdmxl_trc is coded for leap-frog, and ' 
     799         WRITE(ctmp4,*) '                MUSCL scheme is Euler forward for passive tracers (note   ' 
     800         WRITE(ctmp5,*) '                that MUSCL is leap-frog for active tracers T/S).          ' 
     801         WRITE(ctmp6,*) '                In particuliar, entrainment trend would be FALSE. However ' 
     802         WRITE(ctmp7,*) '                this residual is correct for instantaneous ML diagnostics.' 
     803         CALL ctl_stop( ctmp1, ctmp2, ctmp3, ctmp4, ctmp5, ctmp6, ctmp7 ) 
    807804      ENDIF 
    808805 
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