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In general follow the instructions for installation on the [http://mitgcm.org MITgcm website] but use [https://github.com/coecms/MITgcm/blob/gadi/tools/build_options/linux_amd64_ifort_gadi this option file]. Copy it to your build location and specify with the <tt>-optfile</tt> option.
 
In general follow the instructions for installation on the [http://mitgcm.org MITgcm website] but use [https://github.com/coecms/MITgcm/blob/gadi/tools/build_options/linux_amd64_ifort_gadi this option file]. Copy it to your build location and specify with the <tt>-optfile</tt> option.

Latest revision as of 00:15, 12 December 2019


In general follow the instructions for installation on the MITgcm website but use this option file. Copy it to your build location and specify with the -optfile option.

Something like this

./../../MITgcm/tools/genmake2 -mpi -rootdir=../../../MITgcm -mods=../code/ -optfile=linux_amd64_ifort_gadi -ds

make depend

make -j 16

Note that the command above use a parallel build (-j option), but specified only 16 simultaneous build commands. Using the default (48) can lead to issues with exceeding the maximum number of processes.

If payu is being used to run the model ensure you have conda/analysis3-unstable loaded from our conda modules.