Changes between Version 24 and Version 25 of WRF4GTutorial2


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Oct 2, 2012 12:40:24 PM (10 years ago)
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    193193== How to use `wrf4g_kill` command ==
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    195 In this example, we are going to simulate an experiment with independent realizations [[WRF4Gexperiment_wrf4g#Experimenttime-specification| multiple_parameters]]
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     195In this example, we are going to simulate an experiment with independent realizations which has [[WRF4Gexperiment_wrf4g#Experimenttime-specification| multiple_parameters flag]] activated. The experiment is compose of five realizations with three chunk per realization. In order to use `wrf4g_kill` command, we are going to first submit the experiment.
    198196{{{
    199197#!sh
     
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     335As the experiment is working now, we are going to stop the ckunks of the `uc_phys__phys1` realization using `wrf4g_kill` command.
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    339337{{{
     
    348346uc_phys__phys4       9     W  1/3    -          -          Submitted      - 0.00
    349347uc_phys__phys5       12    W  1/3    -          -          Submitted      - 0.00
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     348}}}
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     350Note that, `Run.Sta` has changed into Prepared value. If you want you submit again the realization, you only need to execute `wrf4g_submit -r uc_phys__phys1`.
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     352{{{
     353#!sh
    351354[user@mycomputer~]$ wrf4g_submit -r uc_phys__phys1
    352355Submitting realization: "uc_phys__phys1"
     
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     377The `uc_phys__phys2` is running because all realizations are independents.
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    374379== How to add new computing resources ==