FATAL CALLED FROM FILE:troubles, the interpolating order is

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FATAL CALLED FROM FILE:troubles, the interpolating order is

Postby Scorpinok999 » Mon Jul 13, 2015 5:21 am

Hello!
I have problem connected with real.exe running.
I see this message at the end of file:

//-------------
....
Using sfcprs to compute psfc
Converged znw(kte) should be about 0.0 = -1.6018748E-07
all_dim = 1
order = 2
i,j = 1 1
p array = 11.52501
f array = 0.0000000E+00
p target= -Infinity 6.580639 7.467942 8.035927
8.463370 8.824384 9.145589 9.422221 9.529668
9.626681 9.715111 9.796350 9.941502 10.06831
10.18090 10.28216 10.37416 10.45845 10.53624
10.60846 10.67586 10.73904 10.79851 10.85467
10.90788 10.95843 11.00659 11.05256 11.09654
11.13869 11.17916 11.21809 11.25558 11.29174
11.32666 11.36043 11.39311 11.42478 11.45550
11.48533 11.51430 11.54248
-------------- FATAL CALLED ---------------
FATAL CALLED FROM FILE: <stdin> LINE: 4144
troubles, the interpolating order is too large for this few input values
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-------------- FATAL CALLED ---------------
FATAL CALLED FROM FILE: <stdin> LINE: 4144
troubles, the interpolating order is too large for this few input values
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//-------------

I don't know how solve this problem. Try to change "namelist.input" in different ways but it doesn't help.

Here listing of my "namelist.input" :
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 &time_control
 run_days                            = 0,
 run_hours                           = 12,
 run_minutes                         = 0,
 run_seconds                         = 0,
 start_year                          = 2000, 2000, 2000,
 start_month                         = 07,   01,   01,
 start_day                           = 01,   24,   24,
 start_hour                          = 00,   12,   12,
 start_minute                        = 00,   00,   00,
 start_second                        = 00,   00,   00,
 end_year                            = 2000, 2000, 2000,
 end_month                           = 07,   01,   01,
 end_day                             = 03,   25,   25,
 end_hour                            = 18,   12,   12,
 end_minute                          = 00,   00,   00,
 end_second                          = 00,   00,   00,
 interval_seconds                    = 21600
 input_from_file                     = .true.,.true.,.true.,
 history_interval                    = 180,  60,   60,
 frames_per_outfile                  = 1000, 1000, 1000,
 restart                             = .false.,
 restart_interval                    = 5000,
 io_form_history                     = 2
 io_form_restart                     = 2
 io_form_input                       = 2
 io_form_boundary                    = 2
 debug_level                         = 0
 /

 &domains
 time_step                           = 180,
 time_step_fract_num                 = 0,
 time_step_fract_den                 = 1,
 max_dom                             = 1,
 e_we                                = 95,    112,   94,
 s_we                                = 1,
 e_sn                                = 125,    97,    91,
 s_sn                                = 1,
 e_vert                              = 42,    28,    28,
 s_vert                              = 1,
 p_top_requested                     = 103000,
 num_metgrid_levels                  = 1,
 num_metgrid_soil_levels             = 4,
 dx                                  = 20000, 10000,  3333.33,
 dy                                  = 20000, 10000,  3333.33,
 grid_id                             = 1,     2,     3,
 parent_id                           = 1,     1,     2,
 i_parent_start                      = 1,     31,    30,
 j_parent_start                      = 1,     17,    30,
 parent_grid_ratio                   = 1,     3,     3,
 parent_time_step_ratio              = 1,     3,     3,
 feedback                            = 1,
 smooth_option                       = 0
 /

 &physics
 mp_physics                          = 3,     3,     3,
 ra_lw_physics                       = 1,     1,     1,
 ra_sw_physics                       = 1,     1,     1,
 radt                                = 30,    30,    30,
 sf_sfclay_physics                   = 1,     1,     1,
 sf_surface_physics                  = 2,     2,     2,
 bl_pbl_physics                      = 1,     1,     1,
 bldt                                = 0,     0,     0,
 cu_physics                          = 1,     1,     0,
 cudt                                = 5,     5,     5,
 isfflx                              = 1,
 ifsnow                              = 1,
 icloud                              = 1,
 surface_input_source                = 1,
 num_soil_layers                     = 4,
 sf_urban_physics                    = 0,     0,     0,
 /

 &fdda
 /

 &dynamics
 w_damping                           = 0,
 diff_opt                            = 1,
 km_opt                              = 4,
 diff_6th_opt                        = 0,      0,      0,
 diff_6th_factor                     = 0.12,   0.12,   0.12,
 base_temp                           = 290.
 damp_opt                            = 0,
 zdamp                               = 5000.,  5000.,  5000.,
 dampcoef                            = 0.2,    0.2,    0.2
 khdif                               = 0,      0,      0,
 kvdif                               = 0,      0,      0,
 non_hydrostatic                     = .true., .true., .true.,
 moist_adv_opt                       = 1,      1,      1,     
 scalar_adv_opt                      = 1,      1,      1,     
 /

 &bdy_control
 spec_bdy_width                      = 5,
 spec_zone                           = 1,
 relax_zone                          = 4,
 specified                           = .true., .false.,.false.,
 nested                              = .false., .true., .true.,
 /

 &grib2
 /

 &namelist_quilt
 nio_tasks_per_group = 0,
 nio_groups = 1,
 /




What is most obviously reason of this problem? What should I check at first?
Please, help!
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Re: FATAL CALLED FROM FILE:troubles, the interpolating order

Postby bassline » Fri Jul 17, 2015 4:07 pm

Did you solve this problem? I'm getting the same error!
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Re: FATAL CALLED FROM FILE:troubles, the interpolating order

Postby mpalmer » Mon Jul 20, 2015 9:06 am

p_top_requested = 103000,

I think your problem is there, you're telling WRF you want the top of your pressure grid at the surface. If you look at the errot it says it is having trouble calculating surface pressure. Remove that or put it to a value like 10000 or 5000 and see if WRF will run.
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Re: FATAL CALLED FROM FILE:troubles, the interpolating order

Postby Scorpinok999 » Thu Jul 23, 2015 4:16 pm

mpalmer wrote:p_top_requested = 103000,

I think your problem is there, you're telling WRF you want the top of your pressure grid at the surface. If you look at the errot it says it is having trouble calculating surface pressure. Remove that or put it to a value like 10000 or 5000 and see if WRF will run.


Thank you for advice but when I changed "p_top_requested" the end of message was:

-------------- FATAL CALLED ---------------
FATAL CALLED FROM FILE: <stdin> LINE: 872
p_top_requested < grid%p_top possible from data
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-------------- FATAL CALLED ---------------
FATAL CALLED FROM FILE: <stdin> LINE: 872
p_top_requested < grid%p_top possible from data
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Re: FATAL CALLED FROM FILE:troubles, the interpolating order

Postby Scorpinok999 » Thu Jul 23, 2015 4:17 pm

bassline wrote:Did you solve this problem? I'm getting the same error!


Unfortunately, I didn't.
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Re: FATAL CALLED FROM FILE:troubles, the interpolating order

Postby mpalmer » Fri Jul 24, 2015 3:16 pm

what data are you using? and how did you extract it?
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Re: FATAL CALLED FROM FILE:troubles, the interpolating order

Postby Scorpinok999 » Tue Jul 28, 2015 3:54 am

mpalmer wrote:what data are you using? and how did you extract it?

I got data from http://apps.ecmwf.int/datasets/data/interim-full-daily/ and types of levels were "Pressure levels" and "Surface". I just choose parameters what I need and downloaded two files for both types of levels. Files format is *.grib
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Re: FATAL CALLED FROM FILE:troubles, the interpolating order

Postby starfy » Tue Dec 13, 2016 2:10 am

Did someone solve this problem? I'm getting the same error!
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