Opened 3 years ago

Closed 2 years ago

#190 closed Support (invalid)

NetCDF: Start+count exceeds dimension bound

Reported by: cillianjoy Owned by:
Priority: minor Milestone: FLEXPART_WRF_3.4_FPbase_9
Component: FP other Version: FLEXPART-WRF
Keywords: NetCDF Cc:


I'm running Flexpart-WRF 3.3.2. When I output as netcdf, I get "NetCDF: Start+count exceeds dimension bound". When I output as binary it seems to work okay.

Last message during netcdf run:
readwind 1.301500

calcpar 0.2720000
verttran 0.6025000
concoutput_reg: Calling write_ncconc for main outgrid
write_ncconc: writing netcdf output for: domain,kp,nage = 1

1 1

write_ncconc: calling write_ncinfo
write_ncinfo: creating file: ./output/
write_ncinfo: ncout,ncoutn= 458752 0

nc_write_global_attributes: Setting up forward simulation attributes
nc_write_global_attributes: Setting up map projection attributes
nc_write_global_attributes: Setting up common model attributes
nc_write_global_attributes: Setting up OUTPUT_INTERVAL
nc_write_global_attributes: Setting up AVERAGING_TIME
nc_write_global_attributes: Setting up AVERAGE_SAMPLING
nc_write_global_attributes: Setting up WEST-EAST_GRID_DIMENSION
nc_write_global_attributes: Setting up SOUTH-NORTH_GRID_DIMENSION
nc_write_global_attributes: Setting up BOTTOM-TOP_GRID_DIMENSION
nc_write_global_attributes: Setting up DX and DY
nc_create_main_outfile: Setting up main grid dimensions
nc_create_main_outfile: Setting up release point dimensions
nc_create_main_outfile: Setting up receptor point dimensions
nc_create_main_outfile: Setting up TIMES dimension variable
nc_create_main_outfile: Setting up CONC variable
nc_create_main_outfile: Setting up DRYDEP variable
nc_create_main_outfile: Setting up WETDEP variable

ncid,nccovid= 458752 2
write_ncconc: record index 1
NetCDF: Start+count exceeds dimension bound

For info: nc-config --all

This netCDF 4.3.0 has been built with the following features:

--cc -> icc
--cflags -> -I/ichec/packages/netcdf/intel/4.3.0/include
--libs -> -L/ichec/packages/netcdf/intel/4.3.0/lib -lnetcdf

--has-c++ -> no
--cxx ->
--has-c++4 -> no
--cxx4 ->

--fc -> ifort
--fflags -> -g -I/ichec/packages/netcdf/intel/4.3.0/include
--flibs -> -L/ichec/packages/netcdf/intel/4.3.0/lib -lnetcdff -Lichec/packages/netcdf/intel/4.3.0/lib/ -L/ichec/packages/hdf5/intel/1.8.11/lib/ -L/ichec/packages/szip/intel/2.1/lib -lnetcdf -lnetcdf
--has-f90 -> yes

--has-dap -> no
--has-nc2 -> yes
--has-nc4 -> yes
--has-hdf5 -> yes
--has-hdf4 -> no
--has-pnetcdf-> no

--prefix -> /ichec/packages/netcdf/intel/4.3.0
--includedir-> /ichec/packages/netcdf/intel/4.3.0/include
--version -> netCDF 4.3.0


Change History (2)

comment:1 Changed 3 years ago by cillianjoy

I've done a bit more on this. It turns out it was a netcdf version and compiler conflict. I'm now using netcdf 4.4.4.
My mistake, close when ready.

comment:2 Changed 2 years ago by pesei

  • Resolution set to invalid
  • Status changed from new to closed
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