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#3257 fixed creating ancil files from netcdf um_support EmmaHoward

Dear CMS,

I'm trying to produce a new ancillary file to initialise soil moisture in the nesting suite with instantaneous rather than climatological data, but I'm having some trouble.

My input soil moisture file is in netcdf format, which I've created using iris, at "/work/n02/n02/emmah/glosea/". I initially converted this to a fieldsfile using xancil (the generalised option). In my suite, I then changed the SMCIN environmental variable in the ancil_smcsnow app to this file and ran the app. In the log file, I got the error:

Attempting to open file /work/n02/n02/emmah/glosea/glosea_sm_20151201 Soil Moisture source grid details POINTS_LAMBDA_SRCE 360 POINTS_PHI_SRCE 180 POINTS_SRCE 64800 LAMBDA_ORIGIN_SRCE 0.5 PHI_ORIGIN_SRCE 89.5 DELTA_LAMBDA_SRCE 1. DELTA_PHI_SRCE 1. IGRID_SRCE 2 Dataset has 48 fields ERROR: SMC levels not as expected Dataset 4 Expected 4 Dataset 1 Expected 4

Some sleuthing revealed that my problem was with the fixed length header of the input fields file, which has the second dimension of the level dependent constants array equal to 1 rather than 4 in the file created by xancil. I can open the climatology soil moisture field with mule and see that it has a 4x4 level dependent constants array, and that my file has a 4x1 level dependent constants array.

Can you please advise me on how to change 4x1 array in my file to the required 4x4 array? I've tried naively to change these attributes in mule, but even running ff = mule.UMFile.from_file("glosea_sm_20151201_xancil") ff.to_file("glosea_sm_20151201_mule")

Outputs a file that is nonsense.

Could you please advise me on how to proceed?

Best wishes, Emma

#3256 fixed No hosts selected - MONSOON2 ros mvguarino


I am trying to run my first simulation on MONSOON2, suite u-bt694 username mvguar. When I launch the suite I get the following error:

[FAIL] bash -ec H=$(rose\ host-select\ xcs);\ echo\ $H # return-code=1, stderr=
[FAIL] [WARN] xcslr1: (timed out)
[FAIL] [WARN] xcslr0: (timed out)
[FAIL] [FAIL] No hosts selected.

Under Machine Options I selected 'xcs'.

The parent suite was run on the internal MO network.



#3255 fixed saving iris cubes pmcguire NoelClancy

When you run a long python script, and you are only making minor changes to the plotting script at the end of the python file.

Is there a way that you can save the iris cubes without having to run the entire python file again just because you need to change a label in the plot?

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