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./ungrib.exe

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When I compile ./ungrib.exe it occur the problem.

At line 156 of file rrpr.f90 (unit = 13, file = './PFILE:2022-08-21_00')
Fortran runtime error: I/O past end of record on unformatted file

Error termination. Backtrace:
#0 0x2b4aeca0d839 in read_block_direct
at ../../../libgfortran/io/transfer.c:781
#1 0x2b4aeca0d839 in unformatted_read
at ../../../libgfortran/io/transfer.c:1119
#2 0x412b20 in ???
#3 0x409059 in ???
#4 0x409414 in ???
#5 0x2b4aed3db554 in ???
#6 0x402cff in ???
#7 0xffffffffffffffff in ???
 
Hi,
I assume you mean when you "run" ungrib, and that the WPS code has already been compiled?
Can you please attach your full ungrib.log, the Vtable you use, and your namelist.wps file? Please let me know which version of WPS you're using, and what type of input data. Thanks!
 
Hi,
I assume you mean when you "run" ungrib, and that the WPS code has already been compiled?
Can you please attach your full ungrib.log, the Vtable you use, and your namelist.wps file? Please let me know which version of WPS you're using, and what type of input data. Thanks!
yeah, I used
ln -sf ungrib/Variable_Tables/Vtable.GFS Vtable

now the ungrib.exe can run successfully, but the metgrid.exe cannot run successfully.

I want to simulation cases on 21/08/22,which data would the best, I used GFS, but it's forecast data ,if I used FNL ,the time step is 6hr,resulation is too low ,and how to set to my desire area, I don't calculate the area.
i_parent_start = 1, 53,
j_parent_start = 1, 61,
e_we = 382, 703,
e_sn = 382, 481,
 

Attachments

  • configure.wps
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  • metgrid.log
    56.4 KB · Views: 3
  • namelist.wps
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I'm happy to hear that you were able to get past the initial error. Since your new problem is a different topic, please post it (and include the attached files again) as a new thread. Thanks!
 
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