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about kmt.ITER.da file using Paleo ToolKit

xliu

Jon
Member
Hi all, can anyone help fix a bug when use PaleoToolkit..

A bug shows Out of memory when run 01. Ocean 01c. ./mk_grid_1x1_$CASE.csh, so the kmt.$Iter.da wasn’t created.

I used Gfortran to compile the source code, now sure why NC matrix allocate too much memory. Is it version of compile reason or else?

Thanks,
 

jiangzhu

New Member
Hello,

As far as I know, the "mk_ocn_grid" program is very old and not used much by people. I don't know who is responsible for maintaining the code. The latest successful compiling/running the program on the NWSC Cheyenne that I know of was a few years ago.

With that said, I suggest you make sure that you are compiling the code with "big_endian" and also you are using the supported topography resolution (see "mk_grid_1x1_template.csh" for details).

Good luck!
 

xliu

Jon
Member
Hello,

As far as I know, the "mk_ocn_grid" program is very old and not used much by people. I don't know who is responsible for maintaining the code. The latest successful compiling/running the program on the NWSC Cheyenne that I know of was a few years ago.

With that said, I suggest you make sure that you are compiling the code with "big_endian" and also you are using the supported topography resolution (see "mk_grid_1x1_template.csh" for details).

Good luck!
Thanks Jiang. I am running it from local linux machine, and compiled all three fortrant codes in '/mk_grid_src' before ./mk_grid_template.csh. It is memory allocation issue in fortran..
Is there some paleo compset source grid files for downloading in svn-ccsm.? so we needn't create from scratch.
thanks again,
 

xliu

Jon
Member
Usually, we don't need to create new ocean grid for "shallow time" paleoclimate simulations, which is why we don't have many of these grid files.

We have one for Eocene on Cheyenne: /glade/p/cesmdata/inputdata/ocn/pop/gx1PETM/grid/horiz_grid_PETM_20171005.ieeer8
This file can also be accessed from: https://svn-ccsm-inputdata.cgd.ucar.../gx1PETM/grid/horiz_grid_PETM_20171005.ieeer8
Thanks Jiang.
wonder if there is some grids for late permian and early cambrian in the folders..
 
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