All Platforms System Requirements

  • CMOR 3.6.0 on conda-forge has support for Python 3.6, 3.7, and 3.8.

  • Anaconda

  • Make sure anaconda is in your PATH (assuming ananconda is installed in ${HOME}/anaconda)

    export PATH=${HOME}/anaconda/bin:${PATH} # for [ba]sh
    setenv PATH ${HOME}/anaconda/bin:${PATH} # for [t]csh
    

Bypassing firewalls

  • If your institution has a firewall

    conda config --set ssl_verify False
    

Installing

  • Run the following commands

    # install cmor
    # ------------------------------------------------
    conda create -n CMOR -c conda-forge cmor
    conda activate CMOR
    
    # Clone the CMIP6 table to your working directory.
    # ------------------------------------------------
    mkdir CMIP6_work
    cd  CMIP6_work
    
    # Disable SSL verification (firewall only).
    # -----------------------------------------
    export GIT_SSL_NO_VERIFY=true
    git clone https://github.com/PCMDI/cmip6-cmor-tables.git
    
    # Note:
    # -----------------------------------------------------------
    # UDUNITS2_XML_PATH is set automatically by activating CMOR. 
    # export UDUNITS2_XML_PATH=${CONDA_PREFIX}/share/udunits/udunits2.xml
    #
    

Testing

  • Run the following commands

    # Install cmor with cdms2 and testsrunner
    # ------------------------------------------------
    conda install -n CMOR -c cdat/label/nightly -c cdat -c conda-forge cdms2 testsrunner
    
    # Clone the CMOR repository to your working directory.
    # ------------------------------------------------
    git clone https://github.com/PCMDI/cmor.git
    cd cmor
    
    # Update the CMIP6 tables submodule.
    # ------------------------------------------------
    git submodule init
    git submodule update
    
    # Set PYTHONPATH to the Test directory.
    # ------------------------------------------------
    export PYTHONPATH=Test/
    
    # Run the tests.
    # ------------------------------------------------
    python run_tests.py -v2 -H -n1 Test/test_python_CMIP6_CV*.py
    

Conda environment

Obtaining Nighlty builds

  • Create a dedicated environment for nightly (in between releases code):
    conda create -n [YOUR_ENV_NAME_HERE] -c pcmdi/label/nightly -c conda-forge cmor
    source activate [YOUR_ENV_NAME_HERE]
    
Tags: conda