How to clean the experiment¶
This procedure allows you to save space after finalising an experiment. You must execute:
autosubmit clean EXPID
usage: autosubmit clean [-h] [-pr] [-p] [-s] expid expid experiment identifier -h, --help show this help message and exit -pr, --project clean project -p, --plot clean plot, only 2 last will remain -s, --stats clean stats, only last will remain
- The -p and -s flag are used to clean our experiment
plotfolder to save disk space. Only the two latest plots will be kept. Older plots will be removed.
autosubmit clean cxxx -p
- The -pr flag is used to clean our experiment
projlocally in order to save space (it could be particullary big).
Bear in mind that if you have not synchronized your experiment project folder with the information available on the remote repository (i.e.: commit and push any changes we may have), or in case new files are found, the clean procedure will be failing although you specify the -pr option.
autosubmit clean cxxx -pr
A bare copy (which occupies less space on disk) will be automatically made.
That bare clone can be always reconverted in a working clone if we want to run again the experiment by using
git clone bare_clone original_clone.
In addition, every time you run this command with -pr option, it will check the commit unique identifier for local working tree existing on the
In case that commit identifier exists, clean will register it to the