> > > > > > I performed cdo mergetime operation on the files > > > > cdo mergetime MENA50_RAD.2008120100.nc MENA50_RAD.2009010100.nc > > MENA50_RAD.2009020100.nc MENA50_RAD_DJF.nc > > > > the files MENA50_RAD.2008120100.nc MENA50_RAD.2009010100.nc > > wok fine and open with ncview and ncdump but for the file > > MENA50_RAD.2009020100.nc > > > > an error occured > > > > cdo mergetime: Open failed on > > >MENA50_RAD.2009020100.nc< > > Unsupported file type > > HDF5-DIAG: Error detected in HDF5 (1.8.8) thread 0: > > Â #000: H5T.c line 1721 in H5Tclose(): not a datatype > > Â Â major: Invalid arguments to routine > > Â Â minor: Inappropriate type > > > > Error (cdf_close) : NetCDF: HDF error > > > > Any advice Sorry, there's not enough information in that report of an error to diagnose the cause of the error. I see another CDO user has reported the same error in the last month: https://code.zmaw.de/boards/1/topics/3032 Just guessing, it may be that the file was not closed properly after it was written, or it was interrupted before the close finished. If you run ncdump on the file, does it complete, showing all the data that's supposed to be there, or does it also get an HDF5 error? To debug the problem further, we would need a small example that demonstrates the problem using just the netCDF and HDF5 libraries, to eliminate the possibility that it's a CDO problem. --Russ Russ Rew UCAR Unidata Program address@hidden http://www.unidata.ucar.edu Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: LJB-196695 Department: Support netCDF Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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