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  1. Cannot build HDF5 examples in pre-built binaries for Windows

    There is a known issue with building the HDF5 examples in the prebuilt binaries that are provided for Windows (that use CMake). Please see the following page for a workaround to this issue: CMake Issue Building HDF5Examples build binaries cmake windows
    HDF Knowledge BaseMar 06, 2019
  2. How do I build HDF5 from source?

    . Windows and UNIX (CMake) You must use CMake to build HDF5 from source on Windows. CMake can also be used to build on Unix platforms. See Building with CMake
    HDF Knowledge BaseDec 13, 2017
  3. Linux memory handling and performance

    to HDF5 programs. Any writeintensive program can exhibit the same phenomenon. For example, keep "top" running in one window and do the following in another window. You will see the same behavior, assuming you have less than 2GB of memory. If you have more memory, increase the value of count=200 to exceed it. % dd
    HDF Knowledge BaseAug 14, 2017
  4. Java Exception: Unsupported fileformat

    There are two known reasons that this error can occur: On Windows, HDFView was built with VS 2015, and it requires that the Visual C Redistributable Packages be installed on your machine. If you cannot access HDF5 files then you may not have these packages. You can obtain them from
    HDF Knowledge BaseNov 02, 2018
  5. Why are my data values reversed/swapped/transposed in HDFView?

    . Then click the right mouse button and select "Open As". This will pop up a window. You can change what you want to see for the height, width, and depth from this page
    HDF Knowledge BaseDec 13, 2017
  6. How would you convert a netCDF file to/from HDF4?

    anyway, though some platforms allow them.) There is a Windows executable called ncdf2hdf from Fortner Software (defunct) that does the conversion. It is no longer
    HDF Knowledge BaseDec 04, 2017
  7. Questions about thread-safety and concurrent access

    but not threadefficient. The threadsafe version of the HDF5 library uses POSIX threads (Pthreads) on Unix and OS X, and Win32 threads on Windows. To build a threadsafe version
    HDF Knowledge BaseNov 01, 2017