h5repack - Copy an HDF5 file to a new file with or without
h5repack -i file1 -o file2 [-h] [-v] [-f filter] [-l layout] [-m
number] [-e file]
h5repack is a command line tool that applies HDF5 filters to a input
file file1, saving the output in a new file, file2.
filter is a string with the format <list of objects> : <name of
filter> = <filter parameters>.
<list of objects> is a comma separated list of object names meaning
apply compression only to those objects. If no object names are
specified, the filter is applied to all objects.
<name of filter> can be:
GZIP, to apply the HDF5 GZIP filter (GZIP compression)
SZIP, to apply the HDF5 SZIP filter (SZIP compression)
SHUF, to apply the HDF5 shuffle filter
FLET, to apply the HDF5 checksum filter
NONE, to remove the filter
<filter parameters> contains the optional compression information:
SHUF (no parameter)
FLET (no parameter)
GZIP=<deflation level> from 1-9
SZIP=<pixels per block,coding> (pixels per block is a even number
in 2-32 and coding method is ’EC’ or ’NN’)
layout is a string with the format
<list of objects> : <layout type>
<list of objects> is a comma separated list of object names, meaning
that layout information is supplied for those objects. If no object
names are specified, the layout is applied to all objects.
<layout type> can be:
CHUNK, to apply chunking layout
COMPA, to apply compact layout
CONTI, to apply continuous layout
<layout parameters> is present for the chunk case only it is the chunk
size of each dimension: <dim_1 x dim_2 x ... dim_n>
The input and output HDF5 files
-h Print a help message
-v Verbose mode. Print output (list of objects in the file, filters
and layout applied).
File with the -f and -l options (only filter and layout flags)
Print only differences that are greater than the limit delta.
delta must be a positive number. The comparison criterion is
whether the absolute value of the difference of two
corresponding values is greater than delta (e.g., |a-b| > delta,
where a is a value in file1 and b is a value in file2).
Do not apply the filter to objects which size in bytes is
smaller than number. If no size is specified a minimum of 1024
bytes is assumed.
Apply GZIP compression to all objects in file1 and save the output in
h5repack -i file1 -o file2 -f GZIP=1 -v
Apply SZIP compression only to object dset1:
h5repack -i file1 -o file2 -f dset1:SZIP=8,NN -v
Apply a chunked layout to objects dset1 and dset2:
h5repack -i file1 -o file2 -l dset1,dset2:CHUNK=20x10 -v
h5dump(1), h5ls(1), h5diff(1), h5import(1), gif2h5(1), h52gif(1),