INPUT/OUTPUT MESSAGE PROCESSING, 500‑599
This type of message is generated during the model input and output. Typical messages will tell the type of I/O operation (e.g., opening, reading or writing to a file), and the type of file. If a fatal error of this kind is detected in a runstream image, a fatal error message is written to the message file and any attempt to process data is prohibited. If a warning occurs, data may or may not be processed, depending on the processing requirements specified within the run stream input data.
500 Fatal Error Occurs During Opening of the Data File. The file specified can not be opened properly. This may be the runstream file itself, the meteorological data file, or one of the special purpose output files. This may happen when the file called is not in the specified path, or an illegal filename is specified. If no errors are found in the filename specification, then this message may also indicate that there is not enough memory available to run the program, since opening a file causes a buffer to be opened which takes up additional memory in RAM. For the special purpose output files, the hint field includes character string identifying the type of file and the file unit number, e.g., 'PLTFL312'.
510 Fatal Error Occurs During Reading of the File. File is missing, incorrect file type, or illegal data field encountered. Check the indicated file for possible problems. If the file is identified as 'DEP-MET', then the problem may be that the additional surface variables needed for the new deposition algorithms are missing. As with error number 500, this message may also indicate that there is not enough memory available to run the program if no other source of the problem can be identified.
520 Fatal Error Occurs During Writing to the File. Similar to message 510, except that it occurs during a write operation.
530 Error Occurs Reading Met Station or Year: File Says. This error occurs only with the ST models. The surface and upper air station numbers and years specified on the ME pathway do not agree with the values on the first record of the meteorological data file. The value from the file is printed out to help resolve the problem.
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