Changes between Version 12 and Version 13 of Docs/MirroringStdAncilFiles


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    11== Mirroring Standard Ancillary Files == 
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    3         The UM requires ancillary files to run. These include the land-sea mask, the orography, vegetation and ozone ancillary files, among others. 
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    5         The Met Office produces and maintains a standard set of ancillary files on their supercomputers in a comprehensive collection of directories known as the ancillary tree ($UMDIR/ancil). There are sets of ancillary files at various resolutions for global and limited area domains. The global domains include n512, n96 among others and the limited area domains include m4_288360_uk, ukv. 
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    7           Each week, on Mondays at 06:00, a `cron` job on a Met Office PC (account william.mcginty, Linux user name `frmy`) launches [attachment: do_xfer2], which, in turn, executes the mirroring script, [attachment: mirror_anc_archer], on the computer els003 at the Met Office in Exeter.  This ensures that the Met Office !Reading/Exeter link is not overloaded. The mirror is directly from Exeter to the ARCHER RDF shared account `/nerc/n02/shared/ancil` at Edinburgh. 
     3The UM requires ancillary files to run. These include the land-sea mask, the orography, vegetation and ozone ancillary files, among others. 
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     6The Met Office produces and maintains a standard set of ancillary files on their supercomputers in a comprehensive collection of directories known as the ancillary tree ($UMDIR/ancil). There are sets of ancillary files at various resolutions for global and limited area domains. The global domains include n512, n96 among others and the limited area domains include m4_288360_uk, ukv. 
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     9Each week, on Mondays at 06:00, a `cron` job on a Met Office PC (account william.mcginty, Linux user name `frmy`) launches [attachment: do_xfer2], which, in turn, executes the mirroring script, [attachment: mirror_anc_archer], on the computer els003 at the Met Office in Exeter.  This ensures that the Met Office !Reading/Exeter link is not overloaded. The mirror is directly from Exeter to the ARCHER RDF shared account `/nerc/n02/shared/ancil` at Edinburgh. 
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    911To ensure that this happens, login to els003 and add your keys