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Subject: H5Part development and discussion
- From: John Shalf <jshalf AT lbl.gov>
- To: John Biddiscombe <biddisco AT cscs.ch>
- Cc: h5part AT lists.psi.ch
- Subject: Re: [H5part] What is H5Block
- Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2007 13:53:21 -0700
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I think H5Block provides the capability that you are looking for. It provides the ability to store the block-structured grids that are associated with the PIC calculation together with the particle data.
The H5Block interface should automatically re-integrate the chunks (the 64 volumes) into the single/un-domain-decomposed logical volume used in the calculation.
On Jun 15, 2007, at 9:03 AM, John Biddiscombe wrote:
I've been happily using H5Part particles for some time, but I need to write a bunch of volume chunks into HDF as well.
I have (say) 64 volumes which abut each other - the points along the edges are not duplicated (0->7, 8->15, 16->23, 24->31 etc etc). I was about to start a little utility to dump these volume chunks into hdf files and I thought. I wonder if this is what H5Block does?
What is H5Block ? I have not looked at it at all (yet).
John Biddiscombe, email:biddisco @ cscs.ch
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