This specifies all the steps necessary to create, configure, build, and run a case. The following assumes that $CCSMROOT is /user/ccsmroot.
Create a new case named b40.B2000 in the ~/cesm1 directory. Use a present-day control compset at 1-degree resolution on yellowstone.
> cd /user/ccsmroot > create_newcase -case ~/cesm1/b40.B2000 \ -compset B_2000 \ -res 0.9x1.25_gx1v6 \ -mach yellowstone
Go to the $
CASEROOT directory. Edit env_mach_pes.xml if a
different pe-layout is desired first. Then configure and build the
> cd ~/cesm1/b40.B2000 > ./configure -case > b40.B200.yellowstone.build
Create a production test. Go to the test directory. Build the test first, then run the test and check the TestStatus (the first word should be PASS).
> ./create_production_test > cd ../b40.B2000_ERT > b40.B2000_ERT.yellowstone.build > bsub < b40.B2000_ERT.yellowstone.test > cat TestStatus
Go back to the case directory, set the job to run 12 model months, use an editor to change the time limit in the run file to accommodate a 12-month run, and submit the job.
> cd ../b40.B2000 > xmlchange -file env_run.xml -id STOP_OPTION -val nmonths > xmlchange -file env_run.xml -id STOP_N -val 12 > # use an editor to change b40.B2000.yellowstone.run "#BSUB -W 1:30" to "#BSUB -W 6:00" > bsub < b40.B2000.yellowstone.run
Make sure the run succeeded.
> grep "SUCCESSFUL TERMINATION" poe.stdout.*
Set it to resubmit itself 10 times so that it will run a total of 11 years (including the initial year), and resubmit the case. (Note that a resubmit will automatically change the run to be a continuation run).
> xmlchange -file env_run.xml -id RESUBMIT -val 10 > bsub < b40.B2000.yellowstone.run