[Ncep.list.emc.glopara-support] Vapor downtime

Daryl Kleist daryl.kleist at noaa.gov
Wed Apr 20 06:44:57 EDT 2011

Depending on how the job queue is drained for the machine work, the jobs 
may automatically be re-queued when they bring the machine back up (I've 
noticed that this happens often with the machine work on cirrus/stratus, 
but not always).


On 4/19/2011 11:17 PM, Dave Santek wrote:
> Thanks, Diane. Since I'm not exactly sure what to change the EDATE to, 
> I'm going to try using llhold to suspend the jobs....
> Dave
> On 4/19/2011 7:45 PM, Diane Stokes wrote:
>> Dave.
>> You could temporarily modify your configuration files, tweaking the 
>> EDATE (and ESTEP if that helps) to cause your experiments to stop at 
>> some safe point.  Then when vapor is returned to service, reset those 
>> values back to the desired ending points and submit the next jobs in 
>> the sequence.
>> That's a simplified explanation.  Which job or jobs you need to then 
>> submit manually depends on where your experiment stops, which gfs 
>> cycles you are running, etc.
>>    Diane
>> On 4/19/2011 10:43 AM, Dave Santek wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> I have a couple of experiments running and I'm not sure what needs 
>>> to be
>>> down to ensure they stop and restart when vapor goes down on Wednesday.
>>> I've looked on this page:
>>> http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/GFS/exp.php
>>> and, didn't see any info about stopping/restarting.
>>> Any advice?
>>> Thanks,
>>> Dave
> _______________________________________________
> Ncep.list.emc.glopara-support mailing list
> Ncep.list.emc.glopara-support at noaa.gov
> https://lstsrv.ncep.noaa.gov/mailman/listinfo/ncep.list.emc.glopara-support 

More information about the Ncep.list.emc.glopara-support mailing list