Opened 9 years ago

Closed 9 years ago

#399 closed error (fixed)

REPLANCA: PP HEADERS ON ANCILLARY FILE DO NOT MATCH

Reported by: ggxjd Owned by: jeff
Component: UM Tools Keywords: xancil ancil SST+ICE
Cc: Platform:
UM Version: 4.5

Description

Hello,
I made some periodic sst and sea ice ancils using xancil0.40. They work fine for the first 39 years (of my simulation tcvha) then, what I expect may be the crucial bit: the time goes over to the next century, k00ja and then after 15 days when it goes to update the sst and sea ice i get the following error

ATMOS TIMESTEP 2153

ATMOS TIMESTEP 2154
ATMOS TIMESTEP 2155
ATMOS TIMESTEP 2156
ATMOS TIMESTEP 2157
ATMOS TIMESTEP 2158
ATMOS TIMESTEP 2159
ATMOS TIMESTEP 2160
FINAL TOTAL ENERGY = 0.45246E+27 J/
INITIAL TOTAL ENERGY = 0.45249E+27 J/
CHG IN TOTAL ENERGY OVER DAY = -0.28072E+23 J/
FLUXES INTO ATM OVER DAY = 0.22407E+23 J/
ERROR IN ENERGY BUDGET = 0.50479E+23 J/
TEMP CORRECTION OVER DAY = 0.27943E-01 K
TEMPERATURE CORRECTION RATE = 0.32342E-06 K/S
FLUX CORRECTION (ATM) = 0.32709E+01 W/M2
FINAL ATM MASS = 0.17975E+22 KG
INITIAL ATM MASS = 0.17975E+22 KG
CORRECTION FACTOR FOR PSTAR = 0.10000E+01
REPLANCA: UPDATE REQUIRED FOR FIELD 27

REPLANCA - time interpolation for field 27
time,time1,time2 432060.000000000 432000.000000000

432720.000000000

hours,int,period 432060 720

18387008

Information used in checking ancillary data set:
position of lookup table in dataset: 1801
Position of first lookup table referring to data type 1
Interval between lookup tables referring to data type 3
Number of steps 600
STASH code in dataset 0 STASH code requested

31

'Start' position of lookup tables for dataset in overall lookup array

829

0 31 27

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Model aborted with error code - 227 Routine and message:-

REPLANCA: PP HEADERS ON ANCILLARY FILE DO NOT MATCH

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Is this a bug in the ancil file? I've transferred a copy of the ancils and the job file I used into my home directory (~/ggxjd/problemancil/), in case that helps.

All the best
Jonny

Change History (3)

comment:1 Changed 9 years ago by jeff

  • Owner changed from um_support to jeff
  • Status changed from new to accepted

Hi Jonny

Looking at your ancil files the last date is for December 1999, so you have run out of data when your run goes into 2000. The files are normal time series not periodic time series.

Jeff.

comment:2 Changed 9 years ago by ggxjd

Hi Jeff,
Sorry, my bad! I created new files on our local machines but failed to update them on the cluster. I've updated them and it's all working now.

Thanks anyway
Jonny

comment:3 Changed 9 years ago by jeff

  • Resolution set to fixed
  • Status changed from accepted to closed
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