Changes between Version 29 and Version 30 of WRF4GTutorial2


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    33= WRF4G Tutorial part 2 =
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    5 == How to manage WRF4G errors ? ==
     5== How to manage WRF4G errors ==
    66In this section, we are going to see how to manage WRF4G errors. In order to do that, we are going to create a new experiment called `test_1`, based on `single_test`, in which the `end_date` will be `"2011-08-30_12:00:00"`. Follow the steps below.
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    408408Variable options:
    409409* '''LRMS_TYPE'''(mandatory): DRM system for execution [pbs | sge | fork | loadleveler | mnslurm ]
    410 * '''PROJECT'''(optional for SGE, PBS and !LoadLeveler): specifies the project to which the jobs are assigned
    411 * '''GW_RUNDIR'''(optional): directory on the resource in which jobs are deployed. By default, it is user's home
    412 * '''GW_LOCALDIR'''(optional): defines the working directory on the Working Node (have to be an absolute path)
    413 * '''NODECOUNT''' (optional): total number of slots on the DRM system 
     410* '''PROJECT'''(optional for SGE, PBS and !LoadLeveler): specifies the user's project on the resource
     411* '''GW_RUNDIR'''(optional): directory on the resource in which simulation jobs are deployed. By default, it is user's home. '''Be carefully with this variable''', we recommend you change this directory in production because the home directory usually has a low quote (have to be an absolute path)   
     412* '''GW_LOCALDIR'''(optional): defines the working directory on the resource (have to be an absolute path)
     413* '''NODECOUNT'''(optional): total number of slots on the DRM system (cores) 
    414414* '''QUEUE_NAME'''(optional): the name of the queue to configure 
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    424424SGE_cluster        local://localhost?LRMS_TYPE=sge;PROJECT=l.project
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    427 {{{
    428 remote_PBS_cluster ssh://user@hostname_submitting_machine?LRMS_TYPE=pbs;QUEUE_NAME=short
     426If you configure a remote computing resource through ssh protocol, you need to put your private keys into your [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ssh-agent|ssh-agent]], and it will handle your authentication thereafter (see [wiki:DRM4G#AppendixA| Appendix A]) or set up SSH login without ''password'' (see [wiki:DRM4G#AppendixB| Appendix B]).
     427{{{
     428remote_PBS_cluster ssh://user@meteo1.macc.unican.es?LRMS_TYPE=pbs;QUEUE_NAME=short
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