Error with CRUN, NEMO restart dump no consistent with the UM .xhist file
|Reported by:||dilshadshawki||Owned by:||annette|
|Keywords:||NEMO, restart dump, CRUN,||Cc:|
I have been trying to run a job xlzcg and I have managed to run an NRUN with the output being created successfully. But then when I attempt to run a CRUN I get the following message in the .leave file:
ERROR: The latest NEMO restart dump does not seem to be consistent with the UM .xhist file This suggests an untidy model failure but you may be able to retrieve the run by copying the backup dump and xhist files to original location and restarting with the appropriate NEMO dump
There is also a .comp.leave which shouldn't have been produced since with the CRUN I am not compiling anymore?
Earlier, I tried to run this job using the restart dumps produced by the run in the projects folder: /projects/ukca-imp/dshawk/xlzcg
However it produces ice restart files which begin from 02 (February) even though the ice restart dump I used begins in 09 (September). This may have something to do with needing to reset using modify_CICE_header but this does not exist anymore since moving to the new Cray system and instead use the following fix as instructed from ticket #1667
UM: fcm:um-br/jwalton/vn8.2_NEMOCICE_restart_fixes_UKMO CICE: fcm:cice-br/dev/jwalton/vn4.1m1_restart_date_fix_UKMO
Thought this may be a side issue. In any case I tried to rerun with the restart dumps produced by the run:
I use a different a CICE restart dump (not produced by the run) in order to maintain the same month (12) but then this gave me a different error, so I thought I better not mess things up too much and just try to rerun everything from scratch with new start dumps:
but once again I have returned to the same problem in the .leave shown above.
Your help would be very much appreciated.
Change History (14)
comment:1 Changed 18 months ago by annette
- Owner changed from um_support to annette
- Status changed from new to assigned
comment:12 Changed 17 months ago by annette
- Resolution set to fixed
- Status changed from assigned to closed