Welcome to the CCPP EMC Training Practical Session!
Batch scheduler on theia switched to Slurm
Compiler/version modules on cheyenne need to be updated
New model input parameter required (with later code versions) - add to model_configure: output_1st_tstep_rst: .false.
Throughout this tutorial, the following conventions are used:
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These instructions are divided into several parts, demonstrating various facets of the CCPP.
These sections will focus on the the basics of getting the code, compiling it, and running a couple of small cases.
- Get the code
- Compile the code
- Run a C96 test case
- Run an alternate physics suite
- Compile using a different build option
These sections will focus on making changes to a physics parameterization, including adding a "scheme" and adding output variables.
- Prepare for the GitHub Workflow
- Preparing to Calculate the Modified Red Flag Threat Index
- Calculate the Index and Add it to the Output
- Scientific Documentation
- Add the Scheme to CCPP
- Run the Model
- Contribute your Changes to GitHub