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Commit 1017130e authored by Modellers Operational's avatar Modellers Operational

Sketch out river fall back apps

parent 9734c998
......@@ -34,7 +34,11 @@
{% if RIVER_MODEL == 'NEURAL_NET' %}
start_cycle => wrf_archive_trigger <wrf::cycle_finished> & update_river_model & softlink_forcing => generate_rivers
generate_rivers => mv_river_files => write_river_number
generate_rivers:failed => trigger_archive_wrf & write_empty_river_nml
generate_rivers:succeeded => !trigger_archive_wrf & !write_empty_river_nml
generate_rivers:succeeded | write_empty_river_nml => mv_river_files => write_river_number
write_run_namelist => write_river_number => run_fvcom
{% elif RIVER_MODEL == 'CLIMATOLOGY' %}
start_cycle => get_river_files => write_run_namelist => write_river_number => run_fvcom
......@@ -206,6 +210,15 @@
NO_RIVERS=$(grep "&NML_RIVER" ${ROSE_DATAC}/${GRID_NAME}_riv.nml | wc -l);
sed -i "s|.*RIVER_NUMBER.*| RIVER_NUMBER = ${NO_RIVERS},|" ${ROSE_DATAC}/${GRID_NAME}_run.nml
"""
[[trigger_archive_wrf]]
script = """
echo "Get the dates missing from the river model and pass to the wrf archive run"
"""
[[write_empty_river_nml]]
script = """
echo "Make a fake riv.nml and copy to run directory"
"""
[[run_fvcom]]
inherit = slurm_job
......
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