I am trying to set up emissions for a 4k CONUS run and I am running into this problem when running ptegu script. I’m using the SMOKE.EMF 2016_beta platform to do this, and I downloaded 4K conus/canada/mexico files from the epa ftp site.
***testing*** SRGPRO_PATH set by SRGPRO input: /projects/b1045/SMOKE.EMF/2016_beta/ge_dat/gridding/CONUS_CANADA_MEXICO_4K_beta/ Linux2_x86_64ifort NOTE: Default MONTH setting to 'jan' /bin/ls: No match. /bin/ls: No match. /bin/ls: No match. /bin/ls: No match. SCRIPT NOTE: Setting months with no partial months SCRIPT NOTE: Scanning PTREF for duplicate records SCRIPT NOTE: No duplicates found in /projects/b1045/SMOKE.EMF/2016_beta/ge_dat/temporal/noncem_2016beta_tref_winter_30nov2018_v0 ***testing*** SRGPRO_PATH set by SRGPRO input: /projects/b1045/SMOKE.EMF/2016_beta/ge_dat/gridding/CONUS_CANADA_MEXICO_4K_beta/ Linux2_x86_64ifort ***testing*** SRGPRO_PATH set by SRGPRO input: /projects/b1045/SMOKE.EMF/2016_beta/ge_dat/gridding/CONUS_CANADA_MEXICO_4K_beta/ Linux2_x86_64ifort Not running daily inventory for this sector (DAY_SPECIFIC_YN not set to Y). Creating dataset /projects/b1045/SMOKE.EMF/2016_beta/2016ff_16j/inputs/ptegu/pthour_ptegu_dec_2016ff_16j.lst using script combine_data.csh Processing environment variables EMISHOUR_MULTI_A nameprefix = /projects/b1045/SMOKE.EMF/2016_beta/2016emissions/2016ff_16j/inputs/cem/2016/HOUR_UNIT month = 12 monname = dec /bin/ls: No match. SCRIPT ERROR: Some file patterns not matched for style Hourly According to MULTIFILE_NAMEBREAK, the file prefixes are: /projects/b1045/SMOKE.EMF/2016_beta/2016emissions/2016ff_16j/inputs/cem/2016/HOUR_UNIT Check file names and rerun ERROR: Could not run combine_data.csh for hourly list file in Annual_area
The multifile_namebreak follows the correct convention as I’m using 2016 emissions which were already packaged with the 2016_beta system.
I also notice that within the logfile, it says it’s creating the /projects/b1045/SMOKE.EMF/2016_beta/2016ff_16j/inputs/ptegu/pthour_ptegu_dec_2016ff_16j.lst file, which does not exist, so I’m not sure if it’s being created and deleted when the script fails, or if this is my error. I can’t identify where in the script it is supposed to be creating this file.
I’ve also adjusted the start/end date and run months to see if this error is addressed in january, but I get the same error out.
If anyone has any insight to this, it would be much appreciated, thank you!