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List of possible remarks and suggestions

  • added grep AUTO for namelist in revision 1670
  • be careful at group (for example for a gensi one)

if we use a common account on CCRT we have to be sure that everygroup can have access to it, this is important for chmod 444, do another test!!!!!!

  • Every time that we change ORCA2_LIM/IGCM00/config.card

we have to cancel ORCA2_LIM/IGCM00/run.card.init

cancel ORCA2_LIM/IGCM00/Job_ Name

and run ./util/ins_job script

  • To perform a second simulation after a run with PeriodState=Fatal

cancel ORCA2_LIM/IGCM00/stack_error, ORCA2_LIM/IGCM00/Script_Output_ JobName

but do not cancel ORCA2_LIM/IGCM00/run.card.init file, if not run.card file is not re-created.

( File run.card.init is created with ins_job script )

  • Does it exists a caption file for run.card.init options?

Or Is there a reference file?
In to run.card.init file who can we undesrtand syntax of? :

TimeSeriesRunning =n
TimeSeriesCompleted =

SeasonalRunning =n

RebuildFrequency =1Y

  • RebuildFromArchive=NONE

In MPI it is good to use Rebuild in "archive" machine, to not ovrerload calcul machine.
You have to put in config.card in POST Session:

RebuildFrequency =1Y
RebuildFromArchive =true

NOTA BENE: If you put RebuildFrequency =1Y and you forget to set RebuildFromArchive =true, it is very dangerous. NEVER DO IT!

  • How to do a long job without exit from queue

You can play with Duration Experience, PeriodLenght? and PeriodNb? , elapstim_req in this way :
in config.card Duration Experience is = DateBegin - DateEnd
in config.card PeriodLenght is how many time you do restart files
in Job_Name PeriodNb is in Job_Name elapstim_req is elapsed time limit

How can you see from this :

Your job is out from queue every time that is finished a PeriodNb? , so you can do :

PeriodNb = ( Duration Experience ) / PeriodLenght

but be careful with elapstim_req, because this is a limit, you've to be sure that it exists a queue that can hold you.

Simona Flavoni last update: Timestamp?

Last modified 11 years ago Last modified on 2013-03-11T11:39:54+01:00