Changes between Version 40 and Version 41 of WRF4GTutorial

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 v40 == Run a simple experiment on the machine where WRF4G is installed == [[NoteBox(warn, Before starting this tutorial make sure you have correctly installed WRF4G on your machine following the [wiki:WRF4GInstall Installation instructions])]] [[NoteBox(warn, Before starting this tutorial make sure that WRF4G is correctly installed in your machine. To do so, follow the [wiki:WRF4GInstall Installation instructions])]] === Start wrf4g_framework and list computing resources === }}} Doing this, we will start the services that manage the computing resources and keep track of the experiments. By doing this, we will start the services that manage the computing resources and keep track of the experiments. [[NoteBox(note,Note that if you do not start wrf4g_framework you won't be able to work with WRF4G.)]] WRF4G framework is configured by default to use a single computing resource (the computer where WRF4G has been installed). To list the computing resources where you can submit experiment (in this case only localhost) run the following: WRF4G framework is configured by default to use a single computing resource (the computer where WRF4G has been installed). To list the computing resources where you can submit the experiment (in this case only localhost) run the following: {{{ }}} Check the experiment status with [wiki:WRF4GCommandLineTools#wrf4g_status wrf4g_status]. You will see the experiment is in P (Prepared status). Check the experiment status with [wiki:WRF4GCommandLineTools#wrf4g_status wrf4g_status]. You will see that the experiment is in P (Prepared status). {{{ #!sh }}} Submit the experiment with [wiki:WRF4GCommandLineTools#wrf4g_submit wrf4g_submit] and check the status during one minute. You will see the status of the experiment: submitted, downloading input data, ungrib, metgrid, real and wrf. Submit the experiment with [wiki:WRF4GCommandLineTools#wrf4g_submit wrf4g_submit] and check the status for a minute. You will see how the status of the experiment change into: submitted, downloading input data, ungrib, metgrid, real and wrf. {{{ }}} [[NoteBox(note,The experiment has to finish with '''ext''' option equals '''0''' code which means it has finalized correctly. If '''ext''' has a different code\, you can search more information about it on [wiki:WRF4GErrors WRF4G errors])]] [[NoteBox(note,The experiment has to finish with '''ext''' option equals '''0''' code which means it has finalized correctly. If '''ext''' has a different code\, you can look up more information about it in [wiki:WRF4GErrors WRF4G errors])]] === Check the experiment output and log === The location where output and log files are stored is defined with the {{{WRF4G_BASEPATH}}} variable in [wiki:WRF4Gresources_wrf4g resources.wrf4g]. Check {{{$WRF4G_LOCATION/etc/resources.wrf4g}}} to discover where {{{WRF4G_BASEPATH}}} is pointing. You will see that it is pointing to {{{WRF4G_LOCATION/repository/output}}}. Go to {{{WRF4G_LOCATION/repository/output/test/test}}} and see the folders structure and the output files. The location where output and log files are stored is defined with the {{{WRF4G_BASEPATH}}} variable in [wiki:WRF4Gresources_wrf4g resources.wrf4g]. Check {{{$WRF4G_LOCATION/etc/resources.wrf4g}}} to find where {{{WRF4G_BASEPATH}}} is pointing. You will see that it is pointing to {{{WRF4G_LOCATION/repository/output}}}. Go to {{{WRF4G_LOCATION/repository/output/test/test}}} and see the folders structure and the output files. {{{