> Dennis: > > I am wondering whether you need anymore information that allows us to better > understand the size overhead of NetCDFv4 files. Thanks for the reminder. I was doing some experiments on this, but got side-tracked. > > I have attached the original email I sent you for completeness below â > > v/r > > randy > > > ++++++ > > Dear Sir: > > we are generating lots of relatively small (from a data content standpoint) > NetCDF files (approximately 800 kilobits mostly spread across two variables), > and sending them over a network. Monitoring this message flow reveals > substantially higher bandwidth than anticipated. > > We are thinking the remaining size contribution is due to the fixed size > overhead of a NetCDFv4 file. > > What is a rough order magnitude size overhead value for a NetCDFv4 file > containing about 5 dimension declarations, 13 variables, each with about 10 > attributes each, and 15 global attributes. (this may be wy more info than you > need) > > Any elaboration of the value that will be helpful to us in making design > choices moving forward will be appreciated > . > > v/r > > randy > > > ++++++ > > > > > > On Sep 15, 2017, at 10:34 AM, Nguyen, Trevin <address@hidden> wrote: > > > > Good morning, > > I'm following up on an email my coworker had sent to you. I've attached a > > text file containing the output of "ncdump -h <filename>" as requested. My > > coworker wanted me to mention that the size of the files is ~1.5 Mbits > > rather than ~800Kbits. I've cc'd him as well so he gets any responses to > > this email. > > > > -Trevin > > <ncdump.txt> > > _____________________________________ > > Randy C Horne (address@hidden) > Principal Engineer, Excalibur Laboratories Inc. > voice & fax: (321) 952.5100 > cell: (321) 693.1074 > url: http://www.excaliburlabs.com > > > > > =Dennis Heimbigner Unidata Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: LAJ-287331 Department: Support netCDF Java Priority: Normal Status: Open =================== NOTE: All email exchanges with Unidata User Support are recorded in the Unidata inquiry tracking system and then made publicly available through the web. If you do not want to have your interactions made available in this way, you must let us know in each email you send to us.
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