When access-svn.nci.org.au was not accessible from gadi, I extracted the sources from https://access-svn.nci.org.au/svn/cmip5/branches/dev/jxs599/trunk_ESM1.5/submodels/UM to accessdev and then always copied them from there to gadi to compile.
But now there should be an NCI local source repository for older UM versions and I want to use the proper source location. Can someone point out where it is?
Great timing @holger! Was just discussing this with @heidi.
The ACCESS subversion server was dumped to disk in
fcm seems to be able to grok this format, but for CLI access I used
$ svnlook info /g/data/access/access-svn/access
2017-12-06 14:10:34 +1100 (Wed, 06 Dec 2017)
ACCESS 1.4 submodels CABLE2
Does that help?
Not really, sorry
You are right, this is where I was told the um repo had gone to. But I fail to find the specific branch.
$ module load fcm
$ fcm ls fcm:um/branches/dev/jxs599/
As you can see, there is no
trunk_ESM1.5, which is what I’m looking for. (I’m a bit rusty on svn directly, when I give it the directory it expects it to be a working directory, not the repository, but I don’t think it’s much different.)
It’s there -
svn ls file:///g/data/access/access-svn/cmip5/branches/dev/jxs599/trunk_ESM1.5/submodels/UM
fcm:um would be
file:///g/data/access/access-svn/um, you want to use the cmip5 repo instead
Thank you @scott
Do you know whether there’s an fcm keyword for it, I can’t find one.
It appears not -
grep cmip5 /g/data/access/apps/fcm/2019.09.0/etc/fcm/keyword.cfg
How hard is it to add it? Can I do it myself? Is it just adding another line to the config file you’ve given above? Or is this a big no-no?
Do you mean
cmip5 @holger? Not
In any case as long as you’re sure it is correct then I think that would be an excellent initiative, but I think it is worth getting feedback from @MartinDix and @tiloz to make sure.
Yes, CMIP5. This was one of the models used to generate output for CMIP5 as far as I know.