Robert has released the new version of wrf uems, version 23.3.1 which updates the 22.3.1 released a year ago.
At the moment there is no real announcement, Robert will do it during the month of April. One thing for sure is the update of WRF to the latest 4.4 version, we will then see in detail the updates and improvements made in the announcement.
To update uems you need a new installation file which you can download here:
https://soostrc.comet.ucar.edu/strc/uem ... tall.pl.gz
In particular Robert emphasizes this to me:
A couple items of note:
The PGI-compiled binaries are no longer available, because the compiler is no longer supported by NVIDIA, who bought PGI ~10 years ago.
Happy update guys!
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My license stopped working last year and is no longer available. The new default binaries are compiled with my Intel compiler, which previously was the optional version. These use shared libraries and were compiled on my workstation running Centos 7, the same one I've used for the past 8 years (unfortunately). I also provide an optional static build of the Intel binaries that can either be included with a fresh installation: % uems_install.pl --install --static Or afterward with the --addpack flag: % uems_install.pl --addpack static In both cases the shared library binaries are replaced.