Hi, It appears that the libhdf5 you are using was built without zlib support. Zlib support in libhdf5 is required by netCDF, as it is used to provide compression. You should be able to recompile the hdf5 library and resolve this issue. I hope this helps, have a great day! -Ward > I'm trying to build the NetCDF 4.3.0 libraries. After running gmake, I get > the error below from gmake check. > > ========================================== > netCDF 4.3.0: h5_test/test-suite.log > ========================================== > > # TOTAL: 26 > # PASS: 25 > # SKIP: 0 > # XFAIL: 0 > # FAIL: 1 > # XPASS: 0 > # ERROR: 0 > > .. contents:: :depth: 2 > > FAIL: tst_h_vars > ================ > > HDF5-DIAG: Error detected in HDF5 (1.8.11) thread 0: > #000: H5Z.c line 1431 in H5Zget_filter_info(): Filter not defined > major: Invalid arguments to routine > minor: Bad value > #001: H5Z.c line 1045 in H5Z_find(): required filter is not registered > major: Data filters > minor: Object not found > > *** Checking HDF5 variable functions. > *** Checking HDF5 boolen variables...ok. > *** Checking HDF5 variable with unlimited dimension...ok. > *** Checking HDF5 deflate filter setting and getting...Sorry! Unexpected > result, tst_h_vars.c, line: 230 > > ========================================== > > Any suggestions? > > Thank you. > > Ted A. Lewiston, DAFC, CSPO, CTFL > 557 WW 16WS/WXE > 101 Nelson DriveÂ Offutt AFB, NEÂ 68113 > (402) 232-5957Â DSN 272-5957 > > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: ICN-893685 Department: Support netCDF Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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