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#1693 answered vn 8.6 UMUI how do I add export OMP_STACKSIZE for my parallel run um_support markr

Hello, when I added Open MP to GLOMAP in 2009 we discovered we had to use the stack size environment variable so that it could run. How do I do that for the UMUI because my new Open MP implementation is failing in a similar manner to that of 2009. I could only find a PATH type environment variable setting.

(I will likely need this for 10.2 as well if you know that for Rose too thanks!) This will probably read across to Archer if I ever get around to using that more. Many thanks Mark

#1310 fixed vertical levels file missing on monsoon? um_support cwright


I'm trying to transfer a job from Archer to Monsoon, and I'm running into a problem with running the model in (as ever) a UKCA-derived nudged configuration. Specifically, I'm getting the following error message:

Vertical Levels file: /projects/um1/hg6.6.3/ctldata/vert/vertlevs_strat_60 * ERROR!!! in reconfiguration in routine Rcf_Read_Namelists Error Code:- 40 Error Message:- Vertical Levels Namelist file does not exist! Error generated from processor 0 *

The specified file does indeed not exist (although the directory does, with many similarly-named files). I don't have permission to write to that directory, so I can't put it there myself. Should I rewrite the nudging code to reference a copy in my home directory, or is there someone I should contact to write the relevant file there?

(for reference, the original job on Archer was xiwxg and the new Monsoon job is xjzia).

#3219 answered vegetation ancillaries pmcguire rfu

Hi Patrick, Markus Just checking, the resolution of the PORCELAIN simulations is N216, is that right? Please could you point us to the location of the ancillary files on JASMIN that the suite uses so we can see the existing land cover map that is used at that resolution. Thank you, Becky

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