No, it actually probably improves the performance, but it all depends on what
the read request is. A netcdf-3 file has only 2 possible layouts, namely with
and without an unlimited dimension. see slide 4 of this:
its helpful for analysing performance to understand which your files have, is
probably the point made at the TDS workshop.
On 11/26/2012 6:23 AM, John Kerfoot wrote:
> At the THREDDS workshop I attended in October, I vaguely remember
> someone suggesting that an unlimited time dimension negatively affects
> TDS aggregation. Is this true? If so, can someone explain how/why?
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