[Ncep.list.nems.announce] NEMS trunk commit

Hsin-mu Lin hsin-mu.lin at noaa.gov
Mon Sep 29 13:06:11 UTC 2014

Hi, Everyone

I experience problem for the nems trunk version (the most recent)

URL: https://svnemc.ncep.noaa.gov/projects/nems/trunk/src
Repository Root: https://svnemc.ncep.noaa.gov/projects
Repository UUID: 281fb692-3a18-0410-826d-9e847983f365
Revision: 46113

neither one of these is working
  'esmf_version 6.3r_wcoss_gsm'     : ESMF 6.3.0r library on wcoss for gsm
  'esmf_version 6.3r_wcoss_nmm'     : ESMF 6.3.0r library on wcoss for nmm

can someone fix it?


On 9/24/2014 8:20 AM, Dusan Jovic wrote:
> Committed revision 45983.
> On 09/22/2014 11:16 AM, Dusan Jovic wrote:
>> Hi, Everyone,
>>  I reintegrated my branch containing the restructured regression test 
>> scripts with the trunk and I'm ready to commit it to the NEMS 
>> repository. Full regression test passed on zeus (no changes to 
>> baseline results). On wcoss it already passed full test on Saturday 
>> but I made one small change (while running a full test on Zeus) which 
>> I do not expect to change the outcome of the repeated test on wcoss 
>> which I'm going to do as soon as tide comes back online. If that 
>> wcoss test pass I would like to make a commit tomorrow afternoon or 
>> Wednesday morning.
>> My working copy on Zeus is 
>> /scratch2/portfolios/NCEPDEV/meso/save/Dusan.Jovic/trunk_rt.
>> Once I make the commit you will find new top-level directory named 
>> tests and the new script named rt.sh. The new procedure for running 
>> the regression test is as follows:
>> 1) in order to run standard suite of regression tests you will need 
>> to execute rt.sh with '-s' option:
>> *./rt.sh -s*
>> 2) to run full regression test run the option is '-f':
>> *./rt.sh -f
>> *
>> 3) once you make a code change which changes the baseline results you 
>> will need to, as before, first generate new set of outputs and then 
>> rerun standard or full test using the newly created set of baseline 
>> results. that is done by running
>> *./rt.sh -c nmm
>> *
>> or
>> *./rt.sh -c gfs
>> *
>> first which will create new results for 'nmm' or 'gfs'. Then you 
>> rerun the tests using new result by running rt.sh with option '-m' in 
>> addition to '-s' or '-f':
>> *./rt.sh -m -f*
>> The option '-m' tells the script to use 'modified' results (created 
>> in the previous step) for comparisons.
>> I usually execute these two steps this way:
>> *nohup sh -c "( ./rt.sh -c nmm && ./rt.sh -m -f )" &*
>> which submits both steps in the background. If you run this in the 
>> evening by the next morning you will have new set of baseline results 
>> and,  hopefully, full suite of regression tests passed successfully.
>> The old job directory will be renamed to job_unused to indicate that 
>> it is not used anymore and after some time we will delete it. I would 
>> keep it at least until somebody adds all nuopc tests and few more 
>> missing gfs tests. Two nmm tests are also currently commented out 
>> (those that use gfs physics). I tried to run nuopc test on zeus but 
>> it failed, probably because the results were not updated recently.
>> Dusan
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