b40.mh6ka.track1.1deg.001


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Run Specifications


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General Information
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   Purpose of Run:  6ka Mid-Holocene CMIP5 simulation.

   Scientific Lead: Otto-Bliesner

   Software Engineering Lead: nanr

   Assigned to: nanr
 
   Date: 2010-05-07

   Run Length:  1000y
 
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Case Creation Information (all fields are required)
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   CCSM tag:   ccsm4_0_beta55

   Case Name:  b40.mh6ka.track1.1deg.001

   Machine:    bluefire

   Compset:    B_1850_CN
 
   Resolution: f09_g16


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Pre-Configuration Information
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   Runtype: hybrid 
   RUN_REFCASE:  b40.1850.track1.1deg.006 
   RUN_REFYEAR:  301

   env_conf.xml mods 
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       xmlchange -file env_conf.xml -id RUN_STARTDATE -val 0301-01-01
       xmlchange -file env_conf.xml -id RUN_REFDATE -val 0301-01-01
       xmlchange -file env_conf.xml -id CCSM_CO2_PPMV -val 280.0


   env_mach_pes.xml mods	(from b40.1850.track1.1deg.006)
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     component       comp_pes    root_pe   tasks  x threads (stride)
   ---------        ------     -------   ------   ------   ------
   cpl = cpl        320         0        320    x 1       (1     )
   glc = sglc       1           0        1      x 1       (1     )
   lnd = clm        128         320      128    x 1       (1     )
   ice = cice       320         0        320    x 1       (1     )
   atm = cam        448         0        448    x 1       (1     )
   ocn = pop2       64          448      64     x 1       (1     )
    

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Post-Configuration Information
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   Buildconf
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        -- Buildconf/cam.buildnml.csh - set GHGs

        OLD:
                ch4vmr         = 791.6e-9
                co2vmr         = 280.0e-6
                dtime          = 1800
                f11vmr         = 12.48e-12
                f12vmr         = 0.0
                n2ovmr         = 275.68e-9

        NEW:
                ch4vmr         = 650.0e-9
                co2vmr         = 280.0e-6
                dtime          = 1800
                f11vmr         = 0.0
                f12vmr         = 0.0
                n2ovmr         = 270.0e-9


        -- Buildconf/cpl.buildnml.csh - 6ka orbital

        OLD:    orb_iyear_ad  =  1990
        NEW:    orb_iyear_ad  =  -4050


	-- Buildconf/clm.buildnml.csh - turn urban wasteheat off.

	OLD:  urban_hac            = 'ON_WASTEHEAT'
	NEW:  urban_hac            = 'OFF'


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SourceMods Information
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   None


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Performance/Cost Estimates
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  total pes active           : 512 
  pe count for cost estimate : 256 

  Overall Metrics: 
  Model Cost:             454.01   pe-hrs/simulated_year (scale= 1.00) 
  Model Throughput:        13.53   simulated_years/day 

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Special Instructions
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 -- CMIP requires that we save the standard 6-hourly data (U, V, T, PSL) for last 30yrs of run.

 -- Have Keith Oleson check lnd diags after 10yrs for waste-heat.
 	- 6/6/2010
	Hi Nan,

	I looked at this and confirmed that air conditioning, heating, and
	wasteheat are indeed zero.  There is a very small flux (0.01 W/m2
	global) that is due to the non-zero bottom boundary condition for
	urban areas.  Nothing to worry about
	but just something to keep in mind.

	Keith 
 

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Pre-Run Instructions
====================

  * Run create_production_test - DONE
 
  * Run debug smoke test - DONE

  * Add NCAR Software Levels info to checklist  - DONE

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Run Instructions
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  Run Length:  1000 years

  Account key:  93300424

  Priority/Targeted queue:  regular

  Other:

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Diagnostics Plan
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   All diagnostics


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Additional Information
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Please run lnd diagnostics after 10yrs so Keith Oleson can check the effect 
of turning off urban waste heat.

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Run Checklist


Complete the following checklist prior to beginning the production run:



1.  Update status file: /web/web-data/cseg/ccsm4_0_runs/b40.mh6ka.track1.1deg.001/status.html:
    assigned
    pending
    running
    completed
    stopped

2.  Document NCAR software levels at beginning of run (use the spinfo command on bluefire)
	***************************************************
	NCAR SOFTWARE LEVELS: Mon May 17 10:55:20 MDT 2010.
	***************************************************
	
	
	AIX:                  bos.mp              5.3.10.1
	CSM:                  csm.core            1.7.1.4
	LoadLeveler:          LoadL.full          3.5.1.3
	GPFS:                 gpfs.base           3.2.1.14
	VSD:                  rsct.vsd.vsdd       4.1.0.23
	POE:                  ppe.poe             5.1.1.3
	PESSL:                pessl.rte.smp       3.3.0.2
	ESSL:                 essl.rte.smp        4.4.0.1
	FORTRAN:              xlfrte              12.1.0.6
	PERL:                 perl.rte            5.8.2.100
	C:                    xlC.rte             10.1.0.3

3.  Complete the following table, as necessary, showing
    the component liaison's name and the date the setup
    was approved.
 

   Component         Liaison/                     Date Approved
                     Reviewer
   ================+==========================+==================

      atm            hannay             		13may2010

      cpl            kauff    				18may2010

      ice            dbailey                     	17may2010 

      lnd            slevis              	May 13 14:56:03 MDT 2010

      ocn            njn01,bates            bates May 13 16:06 2010

      env_ file      mvertens                 		19may2010
      settings

      data           strand				17may2010 
      

 

4.  Create_production_test completed   [who,when] 

	nanr - bluefire - 14may2010
 

5.  Debug smoke test completed [who,when]

	nanr - bluefire - 17may2010


6.  Performance review completed [who,when]
	mvertens - 14may2010


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