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Using the CCSM GUI. Mariana Vertenstein CCSM Software Engineering Group [email protected] What does the GUI do?. Sets up scripts to do a 1 month run Either IBM-SP or SGI platforms Following Resolutions T42(atm,lnd)_gx1v3(ocn,ice) T31(atm,lnd)_gx3(ocn,ice) T62(atm,lnd)_gx1v3(ocn,ice)

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Using the ccsm gui

Using the CCSM GUI

Mariana Vertenstein

CCSM Software Engineering Group

[email protected]


What does the gui do

What does the GUI do?

  • Sets up scripts to do a 1 month run

    • Either IBM-SP or SGI platforms

    • Following Resolutions

      • T42(atm,lnd)_gx1v3(ocn,ice)

      • T31(atm,lnd)_gx3(ocn,ice)

      • T62(atm,lnd)_gx1v3(ocn,ice)

      • Last test only valid for tests using latm atm


Example gui screen

Example GUI Screen


Required user inputs csmroot

Required User Inputs - CSMROOT

  • top level directory where the user has untarred the source code and scripts

  • if CSMROOT is set to /home/user/ccsm2.0 then the scripts ASSUME the existence of the directories:

    • /home/user/ccsm2.0/models

    • /home/user/ccsm2.0/scripts

  • this is turned into $CMSROOT in the generated scripts


Required user inputs case

Required user inputs - CASE

  • Case name of the run and name of the directory containing generated scripts

  • Two scripts will be generated in the directory CSMROOT/scripts/CASE

    • CSMROOT/scripts/CASE/CASE.run

    • CSMROOT/scripts/CASE/CASE.har

  • this is turned into $CASE in the generated scripts


More about case entry

More About CASE Entry

  • CASE.run performs a one month startup run

  • CASE.har performs harvesting

    • archiving and harvesting are turned off by default in CASE.run (the lines are commented out)

    • If CSMROOT/scripts/CASE/CASE.run already exists, the GUI will not generate the run script and will issue an error warning.


Required user inputs csmdata

Required User Inputs - CSMDATA

  • top level directory where the CCSM input data files have been untarred

  • if CSMDATA is set to /home/user/input_data, the scripts will expect the following directory structure to exist

    • /home/user/input_data/atm

    • /home/user/input_data/cpl

    • /home/user/input_data/ice

    • /home/user/input_data/lnd

    • /home/user/input_data/ocn

  • this is turned into $CSMDATA in the scripts


Required user input exeroot

Required User Input - EXEROOT

  • top level directory where the CCSM run will be executed

  • if EXEROOT is set to /ptmp/user/CASE,

    the following directories will be generated

    /ptmp/user/CASE/all/

    /ptmp/user/CASE/atm/

    /ptmp/user/CASE/cpl/

    /ptmp/user/CASE/esmf/

    /ptmp/user/CASE/ice/

    /ptmp/user/CASE/lib/

    /ptmp/user/CASE/lnd/

    /ptmp/user/CASE/ocn/


Possible test choices select one

Possible Test Choices – Select One

A => data [atm,lnd,ocn,ice]

B => active [atm,lnd,ocn,ice]

C => active [ocn] + data [atm,lnd,ice]

D => active [ice] + data [atm,lnd,ocn]

F => active [atm,lnd] + pres-clim[ice] + data[ocn]

G => active [ocn,ice] + l[atm] + data[lnd]

H => active [atm] + data [lnd,ocn,ice]

I => active [lnd] + data [atm,ocn,ice]

J => pres-clim[ice] + data[atm,lnd,ocn]

K => active [atm,lnd] + data [ocn,ice]

M=> mlo [ice] + l[atm] + data [lnd,ice]


Gui configuration file

GUI configuration file

  • GUI saves configuration in user’s home directory on system where GUI was invoked in the file

    ~/.ccsm_gui

  • This file is read in upon reinvoking the GUI


What if perl tk is not on my system

What if Perl/Tk is not on my system?

  • Copy the CSMROOT/scripts/gui_run directory to a system that has Perl/Tk

  • Invoke the GUI

  • Enter in correct values

  • Copy the script directory that is created for you back to the original platform under 11CSMROOT/scripts


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