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## wrf4g_framework

### Usage

wrf4g_prepare [--dry-run] [--reconfigure] [--verbose] [--help]

### Synopsis

wrf4g_framework manages WRF4G framework components: drm4g and mysql (in case it is needed). It load the framework configuration from etc/framework4g.conf.

## wrf4g_prepare

### Usage

wrf4g_prepare [--dry-run] [--reconfigure] [--verbose] [--help]

### Synopsis

Given a file (experiment.wrf4g) describing the experiment, prepare the experiment creating the realization and chunks needed to perform it.

### Options

  --dry-run        Perform a trial run with no changes made.
--reconfigure    Reconfigure experiment. With this option we can change the start and end date of the experiments
and add new physics. Values are taken from a modified experiment.wrf4g.
--verbose        Verbose mode. Explain what is being done
--help           Shows this help


## wrf4g_submit

### Usage

wrf4g_submit [--dry-run] [--nchunks N] [--nreas N] [--priority P] [--verbose] [--force] [--help]

### Synopsis

Submits an experiment or realization. If the user do not specify an experiment or realization with the options, the name of the experiment will be retrieved from experiment.wrf4g in case it exists in the current folder.

### Options

  --version             show program's version number and exit
-h, --help            show this help message and exit
-n, --dry-run         Perform a trial run with no changes made
-o, --run-just-one    Run just the first chunk of the first realization.
Only for testing purposes.
-C N, --nchunk=N      Run the next N chunks not finished of each realization
-R N, --nrea=N        Run the next N realizations not finished of the
experiment
-r name, --rea=name   Name of the realization to sumbit
-F FILE, --frea=FILE  File containing the name of the realization to sumbit.
-e name, --exp=name   Name of the experiment to sumbit
-p P, --priority=P    P is the priority the experiment or realization is
going to be launched with (P is a integer between 1
and 100)
-v, --verbose         Verbose mode. Explain what is being done
-f, --force           Don't ask the user if he wants to submit an experiment