[Ncep.list.nems.announce] Two upcoming commits to MAIN_NEMS.F90 and regression tests
Samuel Trahan - NOAA Affiliate
samuel.trahan at noaa.gov
Wed Nov 16 21:14:49 UTC 2016
In case it is not clear, commit #1 is in the "regtests" branch of
NEMSLegacy and nems. Commit #2 is in the "rusage" branch of NEMSLegacy and
On Wed, Nov 16, 2016 at 2:09 PM, Samuel Trahan - NOAA Affiliate <
samuel.trahan at noaa.gov> wrote:
> Hi all,
> After Tom Black's commit, I will add new features to the regression tests
> and MAIN_NEMS.F90. I have split these into two commits for convenience of
> those merging the changes. The commit is tentatively scheduled for Friday,
> assuming I can merge Tom's change and retest quickly.
> NOTE: Commit #2 is a source code change to the top level of NEMS
> Neither commit will change results. However, there is one new directory
> (tests/gfs_slg_2thread) to support change #1.
> COMMIT #1: REGRESSION TEST IMPROVEMENTS
> In the "regtests" branch of NEMSLegacy and nems, the following changes are
> 1. All redirections to /dev/null in rt.sh and underlying scripts are
> removed. This is to aid users in debugging batch system problems.
> 2. Test definitions for the new regression tests are moved to the app
> level under a new "compsets" directory. This is because compsets and
> regression tests need different inputs and baselines for different apps.
> The rtgen and supporting scripts are still in NEMS/tests.
> 3. On the command line, rtgen lets you specify individual tests, instead
> of requiring test sets. Partly to support this, the internal dependency
> resolution logic is improved.
> 4. Additional subsets are added in rtgen: nmmmove, nmmglob, nmm2way, gsm,
> and a few more.
> 5. The missing gfs_slg_2thread is added.
> COMMIT #2: RESOURCE USAGE REPORT
> New C and Fortran 2003 files are added in the NEMS/src directory to report
> resource usage in a nemsusage.xml file. The file is human-readable; XML
> was chosen because it is easy to automatically convert it to other
> formats. This file is generated from ANY run of NEMS, not just the
> regression tests.
> Sam Trahan
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