[Users] More Bizarre Scheduling Behavior in a Carpet Run (Bug?!)
zachetie at gmail.com
Tue Jun 2 10:40:50 CDT 2015
Thanks for your feedback.
> You use the ADMBase variables, right?
My ADMBaseMcLachlanTester thorn (
math.wvu.edu/~zetienne/ADMBaseMcLachlanTester.tar.gz) reproduces this
issue, and uses *only* ADMBase::alp as input. I would encourage everyone
interested to take a look at this thorn, as
1) there's nothing complicated about the ADMBaseMcLachlanTester thorn at
all (67 lines of code, including ccl files, includes, and whitespace)
2) the included parfiles run on a single desktop computer needing only 5GB
3) it takes only ~15 mins to evolve to timestep 192
> Could you output the variables your analysis depends on, and see if the
nan values come from there?
Absolutely! I just performed a run with ADMBaseMcLachlanTester,
to alp every 64 iterations, and confirmed that there are *no* undefined
(nan) values in the (IOASCII 2D output of) ADMBase::alp (at any iteration,
upto and including iteration 192), while again, there are a very large
number of undefined values in myadmbaselapse at iteration 192...
So myadmbaselapse is not undefined because ADMBase::alp is undefined.
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Assistant Professor of Mathematics
West Virginia University
On Tue, Jun 2, 2015 at 11:22 AM, Frank Loeffler <knarf at cct.lsu.edu> wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 02, 2015 at 11:11:15AM -0400, Zach Etienne wrote:
> > myadmbaselapse has only one timelevel, and tags are set
> > 'InterpNumTimelevels=1 prolongation="none" Checkpoint="no"'. Thus
> > prolongation should be disabled on myadmbaselapse...
> You use the ADMBase variables, right? They should, by default, be
> prolongated, and I don't see a parameter that would disable that in your
> parfile. Could you output the variables your analysis depends on, and
> see if the nan values come from there?
> It does, like Ian suggested, look like something you depend on isn't
> properly prolonged by regridding.
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