In this "Call the Doctor" session, John Readey addresses various topics related to HSDS (Highly Scalable Data Service and H5 REST VOL (HDF5 REST Virtual Object Layer).
In this "Call the Doctor" session hosted by John Readey, discussions revolve around various topics related to HSDS (HDF Scalable Data Service) and HDF5 (Hierarchical Data Format). The session addresses challenges with accessing NREL data using the HSDS API and offers solutions for setting up HSDS locally on different platforms. A 503 error when connecting to hsds.atrip.org is linked to HDF Lab, prompting considerations for alternative setups. Adding data from Azure storage to the HSDS server is discussed, as well as authentication methods and plans to enhance the Rest VOL connector.
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Call the Doctor is a series of weekly, unscripted, live events! The HDF Group’s staff members will answer attendee questions and, for example, go over the previous week’s HDF Forum posts. The HDF Clinics are free sessions intended to help users tackle real-world HDF problems from a common cold to severe headaches and offer relief where that’s possible. As time permits, we will include how-tos, offer advice on tool usage, review your code samples, teach you survival in the documentation jungle, and discuss what’s new or just around the corner in the land of HDF.
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