Commit 47c55ad6 authored by Nadine Wieters's avatar Nadine Wieters


parent 32956165
# ESM-Tools example runscripts
## Purpose
In this folder you find different example runscripts for different models and coupled systems.
These examples are only minimal examples and may by not sufficient for your experiments. Some of the runscripts may not be working due to paths that need to be adjusted according to your experiment. If so, the neccessary adjustments are indicated by placeholders, e.g. <path-to-experiment-results>, <path-to-pool-dir>.
Please have a look at the example before you use it, and check all variables and paths, especially the path to the esm-runscript functions, to make sure you take the ones you installed or poosibly andapted to your needs.
## Usage
## Bug-Report
1. Choose a runscript for the chosen model and machine, if available.
2. Copy this example runscript to a place where you, e.g. have your experiments located.
3. Make the neccessary changes in this copied runscript.
4. Execute the runscript to start your experiment.
Note: Please, do not change any of the runscript in this folder, unless you want to check these changes to the repository. If you make changes here, please be aware, that you will check this in to the main repository, and that others will try to use it and may run into not working examples. This is especially true for changes, that are specialized to your experiment, like paths to your esm-runscript copy, paths to experiment output, and path to pool data, meshes, and forcing data. These paths may not be accessible by everyone.
If you change the example runscripts to run your experiment from this folder, be aware, that you will also experience problems when you want to update your version of the esm-runscripts. This then may leed to conflicts.
Therefore, we are urgently recommend to NOT make any changes to the example runscripts here.
## Bug-Report
If you encounter any buggy behaviour of the examples, please let us know, or open up an issue in the GitLab issue tracker.
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