Commit ca28749c authored by Ethan Coon's avatar Ethan Coon
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fleshing out the module level test

parent f85d6565
......@@ -69,6 +69,7 @@ void top_level_task(const Task *task,
// Initialization Phase
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// launch task to read phenology
std::cout << "LOG: Launching Init Phenology" << std::endl;
InitPhenology().launch(ctx, runtime, phenology);
// launch task to read forcing
// This example plays with geometric regions in Legion by figuring out one way
// to do geometric regions that are grid_cell x PFT.
// The first strategy is a 2D Rect IndexSpace
#include <array>
#include <sstream>
#include <iterator>
#include <exception>
#include <string>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <cstring>
#include <vector>
#include <iostream>
#include <iomanip>
#include <numeric>
#include <fstream>
#include "legion.h"
#include "data.hh"
#include "tasks.hh"
#include "CanopyHydrology.hh"
using namespace Legion;
void top_level_task(const Task *task,
const std::vector<PhysicalRegion> &regions,
Context ctx, Runtime *runtime)
std::cout << "LOG: Executing Top Level Task" << std::endl;
const int n_pfts = 17;
const int n_times_max = 31 * 24 * 2; // max days per month times hours per
// day * half hour timestep
const int n_grid_cells = 24;
const int n_parts = 4;
const int n_levels_soil_col = 5; // NOTE: this will change once we get soil,
// currently this is just n_lev_snow
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// SETUP Phase
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Create data
// grid cell x pft data for phenology
auto phenology_fs_names = std::vector<std::string>{ "elai", "esai" };
Data<2> phenology("phenology", ctx, runtime,
Point<2>(n_grid_cells, n_pfts), Point<2>(n_parts,1),
// n_times_max x n_grid_cells forcing data
auto forcing_fs_names = std::vector<std::string>{
"forc_rain", "forc_snow", "forc_air_temp", "forc_irrig"};
Data<2> forcing("forcing", ctx, runtime,
Point<2>(n_times_max, n_grid_cells), Point<2>(1,n_parts),
// grid cell x pft water state and flux outputs
// NOTE: Combine this with phenology I think? Or look into ELM and how they
// split these things.
auto flux_fs_names = std::vector<std::string>{
"qflx_prec_intr", "qflx_irrig", "qflx_prec_grnd", "qflx_snwcp_liq",
"qflx_snwcp_ice", "qflx_snow_grnd_patch", "qflx_rain_grnd",
"h2ocan", "fwet", "fdry"};
Data<2> flux("flux", ctx, runtime,
Point<2>(n_grid_cells, n_pfts), Point<2>(n_parts,1),
// grid cell x soil/snow column
auto soil_fs_names = std::vector<std::string>{
"swe_old", "h2osoi_liq", "h2osoi_ice", "t_soisno", "frac_iceold"};
Data<2> soil("soil", ctx, runtime,
Point<2>(n_grid_cells, n_levels_soil_col), Point<2>(n_parts,1),
// grid cell data
// NOTE this has an int in it, not just doubles!
auto grid_cell_fs_names_double = std::vector<std::string>{
"t_grnd", "h2osno", "snow_depth", "integrated_snow",
"h2osfc", "frac_h2osfc", "qflx_snow_grnd_col", "qflx_snow_h2osfc",
"qflx_h2osfc2topsoi", "qflx_floodc", "frac_snow_eff", "frac_sno"};
Data<1> surface("surface", ctx, runtime,
Point<1>(n_grid_cells), Point<1>(n_parts));
for (auto fname : grid_cell_fs_names_double)
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Initialization Phase
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// launch task to read phenology
std::cout << "LOG: Launching Init Phenology" << std::endl;
InitPhenology().launch(ctx, runtime, phenology);
// launch task to read forcing
std::cout << "LOG: Launching Init Forcing" << std::endl;
auto forc_future = InitForcing().launch(ctx, runtime, forcing);
int n_times = forc_future.get_result<int>();
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Run Phase
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
std::ofstream soln_file;"test_CanopyHydrology_kern1_multiple.soln");
soln_file << "Time\t Total Canopy Water\t Min Water\t Max Water" << std::endl;
soln_file << std::setprecision(16) << 0 << "\t" << 0.0 << "\t" << 0.0 << "\t" << 0.0 << std::endl;
// create a color space for indexed launching. Can just launch of the
// existing 1D data structure's color_space
auto color_space = surface.color_domain;
std::vector<Future> futures;
for (int i=0; i!=n_times; ++i) {
// launch interception
// NOTE: This is where it would be interesting to have launches over PFTs
// as well as over grid cells. This would allow to explore whether it
// makes sense to keep all PFTs of the same type together or the other
// direction. This would require a second color_space, and a Data
// structure that allowed multiple partitionings of the same
// logical_region. We would have one partitioning that included
// partitioning over PFTs and grid cells, and one that only partitioned
// over grid cells (for, e.g. SumOverPFTs launch below). For now,
// however, we'll just launch this decomposed over the same grid-cell only
// partitioning as the other tasks.
CanopyHydrology_Interception().launch(ctx, runtime, color_space,
phenology, forcing, flux, i);
CanopyHydrology_FracWet().launch(ctx, runtime, color_space,
phenology, flux);
// launch integration kernel/task to, for each grid cell, sum over PFTs.
// NOTE: WRITE ME! This task should be generic!
SumOverPFTs().launch(ctx, runtime, color_space,
flux, "qflx_snow_grnd_patch",
surface, "qflx_snow_grnd_col");
// launch water balance kernel
CanopyHydrology_SnowWater().launch(ctx, runtime, color_space,
forcing, surface, i);
// launch fraction of water to surface
CanopyHydrology_FracH2OSfc().launch(ctx, runtime, color_space, surface);
// NOTE: Figure out how to evaluate the success of this test! launch
// accumulators? Print something to file? Can we make
// SumMinMaxReduction() both an actual reduction and dimension
// independent?
futures.push_back(SumMinMaxReduction().launch(ctx, runtime, flux, "h2ocan"));
futures.push_back(SumMinMaxReduction().launch(ctx, runtime, surface, "frac_h2osfc"));
int i = 0;
for (auto future : futures) {
// write out to file
auto sum_min_max = future.get_result<std::array<double,3>>();
soln_file << std::setprecision(16) << i << "\t" << sum_min_max[0]
<< "\t" << sum_min_max[1]
<< "\t" << sum_min_max[2] << std::endl;
// Main just calls top level task
int main(int argc, char **argv)
TaskVariantRegistrar registrar(TaskIDs::TOP_LEVEL_TASK, "top_level");
Runtime::preregister_task_variant<top_level_task>(registrar, "top_level");
return Runtime::start(argc, argv);
......@@ -24,12 +24,12 @@ GASNET_FLAGS ?=
include $(OBJECT)config/Makefile.config
TESTS = test_CanopyHydrology_kern1_multiple #\
# test_CanopyHydrology_module
TESTS = test_CanopyHydrology_kern1_multiple \
EXEC_TESTS = CanopyHydrology_kern1_multiple #\
# CanopyHydrology_module
EXEC_TESTS = CanopyHydrology_kern1_multiple \
......@@ -56,6 +56,9 @@ test: $(EXEC_TESTS)
CanopyHydrology_kern1_multiple: test_CanopyHydrology_kern1_multiple
./test_CanopyHydrology_kern1_multiple &> test_CanopyHydrology_kern1_multiple.stdout
CanopyHydrology_module: test_CanopyHydrology_module
./test_CanopyHydrology_module &> test_CanopyHydrology_module.stdout
sandbox: test_sandbox_domain_template_magic
......@@ -249,7 +249,11 @@ CanopyHydrology_Interception::launch(Context ctx, Runtime *runtime,
RegionRequirement(flux.logical_partition, flux.projection_id,
READ_WRITE, EXCLUSIVE, flux.logical_region));
for (auto fname : flux.field_names)
std::vector<std::string> output{"qflx_prec_intr", "qflx_irrig",
"qflx_prec_grnd", "qflx_snwcp_liq",
"qflx_snwcp_ice", "qflx_snow_grnd_patch",
for (auto fname : output)
// -- launch the interception
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