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#60 fixed String variable with whitespaces are incorrectly parsed rlacroix rlacroix
Description

How to reproduce:

   <file_definition type="multiple_file" par_access="collective" output_freq="6h" output_level="10" enabled=".TRUE.">
     <file id="output" name="output"> 
        <field field_ref="field_A" />
        <variable id="my_attribute1" type="string">surf_att</variable>
        <variable id="my_attribute2" type="string">I love whitespaces</variable>
     </file>
   </file_definition>

Using this configuration file will result in the following NetCDF output:

// global attributes:
		:name = "output" ;
		:description = "Created by xios" ;
                ...
		:my_attribute1 = "surf_att" ;
		:my_attribute2 = "I" ;

Expected result would be :my_attribute2 = "I love whitespaces" ;

#65 fixed Regression caused by automatic detection of buffer size mhnguyen rlacroix
Description

As far as I can tell the automatic detection of buffer size is causing two issues (closely related):

  • XIOS will raise an error if a context has no enabled output file which it has no good reasons to do.
  • XIOS can fail if internal messages are bigger than the estimated output data.

This can probably be solved by always allocating a buffer with a fixed minimum size we know will always be sufficient to allocate the internal messages.

#66 fixed Regression caused by grid related changes mhnguyen rlacroix
Description

It seems the recent grid related changes have caused a regression which affects the zoom feature. If some processes have nothing to output, XIOS will deadlock. This can be reproduced using the "test_complete" example after r565.

This is possibly caused by the "pseudo-global" communication style used by XIOS, if one client skips the communication with the server, a deadlock will occur.

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