This is the command hdfpack that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
hdfpack - compress an HDF file
hdfpack [-i|-b] [-d data-descriptors-per-block] [-t linked-blocks-per-table-entry] input-
hdfpack compresses all of the data in an HDF file and writes the compressed data to a
second HDF file.
-b Non-coalesced Blocks. hdfpack will not coalesce linked-block elements.
-i Interactive Mode. hdfpack will prompt for each linked-block element.
-d num Write an output file with the specified number of data descriptors per block of
-t num Write an output file with the specified number of linked blocks per table entry.
To compress the data in the file named "aa.hdf" and store the compressed data in the file
named "aa.cmp", use the following hdfpack command:
hdfpack aa.hdf aa.cmp
Suppose a file named "bb.hdf" contains data elements stored as sequences of linked blocks.
The following hdfpack command compresses the file while leaving the linked-block elements
intact, and writes the compressed data to a file named "bb.blk".
hdfpack -b bb.hdf bb.blk
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