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    wrfoutReady files are not written when using IO Quilting

    Thank you for your patience with this. The last time the code worked properly was V3.8. For some reason now something in the code is resetting the "output_ready_flag" to .false., regardless of the namelist setting. I haven't been able to figure out where, but I do have a temporary solution that...
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    issues in producing longterm (25-years) lateral boundary condition to one wrfbdy_d01 file in WRF 4.0 real-case

    Hi Kai, This issue was actually addressed, and the code was modified prior to some of the newer versions of code. Can you try your simulation with V4.4 to see if that resolves your issue? If you're interested in the code changes, take a look at the code commit here.
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    WRF running time limit in HPC system

    The restart_interval in the namelist is set to output after a declared amount of simulation time.
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    Wrf.exe Error While Writing Restart Files

    Hi, Can you check on/test out a couple of things to narrow down the issue? 1) If you only run a single domain, does the issue occur? 2) If you set the restart interval much larger (e.g., 1000) so that no restart file will be written, does the issue occur? 3) You said sometimes the wrfrst files...
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    WRF4.4 compilation failed on vortex following nesting

    Hi, I have a temporary fix for you to try. We will talk to our software engineers to see if we can figure out a long-term solution, but for now, this one should suffice as long as you have gcc installed. If so, please try the following. ./clean -a ./configure Then edit the configure.wrf file...
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    Compile Error in WRFV4.4 moving nest option

    Hi, Apologies for the delay. This error has taken quite a bit of time to track down. I have a temporary fix for you to try. We will talk to our software engineers to see if we can figure out a long-term solution, but for now, this one should suffice as long as you have gcc installed. If so...
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    sensible heat flux calculated by Noah-LSM coupled with BEP_BEM

    Hi, I apologize for the delay in response. I wanted to run this by a colleague who knows a bit more about this part of the code. They said they think this is because the heat and moisture fluxes (hfx_urb and qfx_urb) are derived from a_t_bep and a_q_bep, and both have been multiplied by...
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    compiling error (module_dm.f90(1132): error #7013: This module file was not generated by any release of this compiler.)

    Hi, Unfortunately you will need to make sure all the libraries compile correctly and the tests work, or WRF will not be able to compile. I can share a script I used to install all the libraries with Intel. I'm attaching it. You can use it as a reference, but likely will need to modify some...
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    Can not compile read_wrf_nc.f

    Per the screenshots you attached, it does look like you have everything installed. I'm not sure why it's unable to find the netcdf correctly. Are you using a dual-booted system (e.g., Windows machine with Linux installed parallel to Windows)? If so, there could be some issues with the paths...
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    Not successful in running real.exe

    Based on your configure.wrf file, you did compile for parallel processing (dmpar). Since you are trying to use multiple processors in your batch scripts, but the model is still only running on a single processor, I'd recommend reaching out to a systems administrator at your institution to see if...
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    Segmentation Error

    When I search your rsl files, I'm seeing some CFL errors: rsl.error.0000:d03 2022-07-29_21:06:05 2 points exceeded v_cfl = 2 in domain d03 at time 2022-07-29_21:06:05 hours rsl.error.0000:d03 2022-07-29_21:06:05 Max W: 85 12 3 W: -78.42 w-cfl: 2.25 dETA: 0.01...
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    Error Compile WRF

    Okay, this time I can see the error! module_first_rk_step_part1.f90 gfortran: fatal error: Killed signal terminated program f951 compilation terminated. make[2]: [../configure.wrf:364: start_em.o] Error 1 (ignored) I believe this is possibly a memory or space issue. Can you check to make sure...
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    WRF running time limit in HPC system

    Stella, You can set restart_interval to whatever time interval you would like - just so long as it would write out a full restart file before stopping. You will not need to re-run real.exe. You will need to modify your namelist to set restart = .true. and the new start date/time information...
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    wrfoutReady files are not written when using IO Quilting

    Hi, I've tested this and see the same thing you are seeing - no wrfoutReady files written with quilting, but it does work without quilting. Were you previously using an older version of WRF that DOES write them out when using quilting? I tested with V3.9 and they aren't written in that version...
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    wrfoutReady files are not written when using IO Quilting

    Hi, This option has not intentionally been taken out. Let me do some testing and get back to you. Can you also attach your full namelist.input file so I can take a look? Thanks!
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    Radiation Driver failure in wrf.exe while using WRFV4.4

    Suma, That's great news! Thank you for updating with the solution.
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    Error Compile WRF

    Hi, No worries - it can be difficult to get the code compiled sometimes! Unfortunately your latest compile log still does not have any errors in it. Are you absolutely sure you're using the ">&" syntax when compiling?
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    WRF running time limit in HPC system

    Stella, The first time you run a simulation, you will set restart = .false. and set your restart_interval to something like 1440, which is the minutes in a 24 hour time period. This means you would get a restart file after each 24 hour simulation time period. Then, let's say your wallclock...
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    Segmentation Error

    Hi, Can you please package all of our error files (e.g., rsl.error.*) into a single .TAR file and attach that so we can take a look? Thanks!
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    How to build Vtable?

    Hi, Typically the g2print.exe should show the information you need. For e.g., if I were to look at a file from GFS, I would see something like this. NCEP GFS GDAS/FNL...
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