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2.4.9 Example 9 -- Debugging Run
While the primary history file is not written to the Mass Store, the disk
copy will be left behind (not removed) for fast access and analysis. Only
10 timesteps will be run, with history data being written every timestep.
Output will be line-buffered to ensure printout will occur each timestep.
For efficiency, no restart data will be written.
CASEID = 'examp09'
CTITLE = 'Debugging run'
LINEBUF = .TRUE.
NCDATA = 'SEP1.T42.0198.nc'
BNDTVS = 'T42M5079.nc'
BNDTVO = 'ozn.0596.r8.nc'
NSREST = 0
NREFRQ = 0
IRT = 0
NDENS = 1
MFILT = 10
NNBDAT = 000901
NNBSEC = 0
NNDBAS = 0
NNSBAS = 0
NHTFRQ = 1
IYEAR_AD = 1950
finidat = 'arbitrary initialization'
When IRT=0, the output history file is only written to the local
disk and not archived.
Data are unpacked to maintain full accuracy.
10 time samples of unpacked data will be written to each history file.
Printout will be flushed with line generated.
Value of zero prevents restart files from being written.
History data are written every timestep.
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