Changes between Version 14 and Version 15 of UM/MesoscaleModelling


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26/06/19 11:12:10 (13 months ago)
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    3131Instructions for setting up external access to MASS from JASMIN are available on the [http://collab.metoffice.gov.uk/twiki/bin/view/Support/ExMASSUserSetUpGuide Collaboration Twiki]. 
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    33 The structure of the MASS repository has changed over the years due to changes in storage formats and file naming conventions. The attached script, which should be run on Monsoon, does a good job of getting a start dump. 
     33The structure of the MASS repository has changed over the years due to changes in storage formats and file naming conventions. The script [attachment: get_dump], which should be run on Monsoon, does a good job of getting a start dump.  It takes a single argument which is a date: 
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     39The script deals with dates from the earliest time 2006/01/01 0Z and is know to work up to 2019/06/26. 
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    4242To get data for 28/Sep/2011 we would type, 
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    44 {{{ 
    45 moo get moose:/opfc/atm/global/rerun/201109.file/20110928_qwqg00.T+0 . 
    46 }}} 
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    49 Note the dot. This takes about 15 to 20 minutes. 
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    5145To find out whether the data exists, 
     
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    5953For further information on using MOOSE on MONSooN and JASMIN see: [http://collab.metoffice.gov.uk/twiki/bin/view/Support/MooseOnMonsoon Getting started with MOOSE on MONSooN and JASMIN]. 
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    61 === Older files === 
    62 Older files are stored in a packed archive format - these have the extension ".pax".  These usually contain several dumps and have names like, 
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    64  `coprr.udQU06.20060721.pax` 
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    67 where the "ud" denotes "unified model dump" and QU06 denotes global update output at 06Z.  These have to be unpacked and the files relabelled.  There is a script to do this in 
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    69 {{{ 
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    71 #!/bin/ksh 
    72 # i will be like coprr.udQU06.20060725.pax 
    73 for i in *.pax 
    74 do 
    75 print $i 
    76 dat=${i%.*}                   # take .pax off the end 
    77 datestring=${dat##*.}        # remove bit to left of the rightmost dot 
    78 pax -r -f $i 
    79 cd opdaily/datawgl 
    80 for j in * 
    81 do 
    82 mv $j $TMPDIR/${datestring}_$j 
    83 done 
    84 cd - 
    85 done 
    86 }}} 
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    89 This assumes a list of pax files and  unpacks, relabels and stores the results in $TMPDIR. 
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