Warren Turkal <wt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> On Thursday 05 April 2007 15:36, Ed Hartnett wrote:
>> Nope. Is there some reason that it should?
> Well, I don't know if it should be default, but it enables to a different
> memory model that may be useful for large datasets. I am not familiar enough
> with how NetCDF works to make a really educated assessment. I have a user
> that is having a hard time stuffing a very large dataset into NetCDF, and I
> think it may have something to do with this limitation. I may be way off base
>> The general idea is that if there are any flags that need to be set
>> for your compiler, you must set them.
> This seems reasonable.
>> The exception is that the netCDF configure does set the correct flag
>> to allow the fortran wrapper functions to work (if it can figure that
>> out from the name of your fortran compiler).
> Again, reasonable.
> Warren Turkal
Is your user using 64-bit offset format?
It's explained here:
Ed Hartnett -- ed@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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