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#3274 answered HadISST ancillaries on ARCHER um_support mtodt
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Hi

I am trying to expand an N216 AMIP-style UM suite to start from 1960 instead of the 1980s, however, I cannot find suitable ancillary files for SST (and sea ice) on ARCHER. I can only find Reynolds SST data, which start in 1981. Pier Luigi Vidale pointed me to suites that he ran on ARCHER with HadISST ancillary files for 1957 to 2010 but it seems those ancillaries do not exist anymore, neither for N216 nor for N512. His suite ran on N512 and used

source=/work/n02/n02/vidale/ancil/n512e_orca025_go6.1_hadisst2_115/um_ancils_gl

which points to

/work/n02/n02/karthee/ancil/atmos/n512e_orca025_go6v2/

but

/work/n02/n02/karthee/ancil/atmos/

now links to

/work/n02/n02/grenvill/GA7-ancils/ancil/atmos/

which doesn't exist anymore.

There's also an optional configuration file for N216 in Pier Luigi's suite, which links to

source=fcm:ancil_data.xm_br/dev/davidwalters/r298_GA7_ancil_versions_files/ancil_versions/n216e_orca025/GA6.0_Pack136.19_AMIP/ancils@752

but I can't find that branch online.

I also found an UKESM suite using HadISST ancillaries and pointing to

fcm:ancil_data.xm_tr/ancil_version/n216_orca025/GA7.1/v1/ancils@4110

but I can't find that branch either.

Have HadISST data on ARCHER been moved or do they not exist anymore? Would it be easier to transfer them from MONSOON or somewhere else? Thanks in advance for your help!

Cheers Markus

#3273 answered How do I restart my suite with a modified bathymetry data? um_support yb19052
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Hello CMS,

I have a suite (u-bp881) and it worked for the last 16 model years. But, ocean.output file shows that the suite has an error from NEMO now. Thus, although I modified the bathymetry file for fixing the error, I do not know how to restart the suite from the before the error using the modified bathymetry file.

How do I restart my suite? Should I also modify the ancil file for NEMO?

I appreciate your kind cooperation.

Thanks Kenji

ocean.output file shows that ==⇒>> : E R R O R

===========

stpctl: the zonal velocity is larger than 20 m/s ======

kt=184920 max abs(U): 1.1857E+04, i j k: 79 327 1

output of last fields in numwso

==⇒>> : E R R O R

===========

step: indic < 0

dia_wri_state : single instantaneous ocean state ~ and forcing fields file created

and named :output.abort .nc

==⇒>> : E R R O R

===========

MPPSTOP NEMO abort from dia_wri_state E R R O R: Calling mppstop

#3272 fixed Error reading namelist JULES_OUTPUT_PROFILE pmcguire mtodt
Description

Hi

I am trying to run a suite of mine, which has been working for months, with some new output profiles, but JULES crashes with the following error message:

[FATAL ERROR] init_output: Error reading namelist JULES_OUTPUT_PROFILE (IOSTAT=-1 IOMSG=end-of-file during read, unit 1, file /work/scratch/mtodt/cylc-run/u-bj046/work/1/jules/./output.nml)

I prescribe two output profiles (nprofiles=2) in namelist jules_output and specify:

[namelist:jules_output_profile(1)]
file_period=0
nvars=6
output_main_run=.true.
output_period=86400
output_spinup=.false.
output_end='2012-12-31 21:00:00'
output_start='2000-01-01 00:00:00'
output_type=6*'M'
profile_name='daily'
var='surf_ht_flux_gb','smcl','ecan_gb','esoil_gb','et_stom_gb','fqw_gb'
var_name=''

[namelist:jules_output_profile(2)]
file_period=-2
nvars=4
output_main_run=.true.
output_period=10800
output_spinup=.false.
output_end='2012-12-31 21:00:00'
output_start='2000-01-01 00:00:00'
output_type='S','S','M','M'
profile_name='3hr'
var='tstar_gb','tl1','latent_heat','ftl_gb'
var_name=''

When I look at …/cylc-run/u-bj046/work/1/jules/./output.nml, however, it only picks up the first output profile despite listing nprofiles as 2. I've tried rose suite-run —new and deleting output.nml, but I get the same error. Is there anything that I'm overlooking? Thanks a lot for your help!

Cheers Markus

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