iRODS release 1.1 or above contains the HDF5-iRODS server module. The HDF5-iRODS module source code and instructions are located at $IRODS_HOME/modules/hdf5. You can download iRODS from www.irods.org.
HDFView 2.5 supports iRODS for Windows and Linux. To download HDFView 2.5, visit https://support.hdfgroup.org/hdf-java-html.
For those who would like to try the islice tool, use the following source code:
- iIslice.c - the islice source code
- Makefile - the make file for compile the islice tool on linux
For those who would like to try the development version, you can check out the source code from our source repository.
svn co https://svn.hdfgroup.org/hdf-java/branches/hdf5-irods h5mod
We have set up an iRODS server at San Diego Supercomputer Center for testing purpose. There are some sample files (HDF5 files) at the test server. To use the server, you need follow the steps:
- 1) make a directory .irods at your home directory
- 2) make an iRODS personal configuration file, .irodsEnv
the file content should be
# iRODS personal configuration file.
# iRODS server host name:
# iRODS server port number:
# Default storage resource name:
# Home directory in iRODS:
# Current directory in iRODS:
# Account name:
- 3) password for the test server is DEMO.
To set up the password, you can either run the icommand, iinit, or run hdfview.