Commit b8e830bf authored by Andrew J. Burns (Cont's avatar Andrew J. Burns (Cont

removed debug statements

parent d28d761d
......@@ -448,7 +448,6 @@ XdmfHDF5Writer::write(XdmfArray & array,
//check if slab already exists
int numData = mImpl->openFile(hdf5FilePath,
fapl);
printf("number of data items in the hyperslab = %d\n", numData);
if (numData > 0) {//if it already exists the file does not need to be split.
splittingPossible = false;
}
......@@ -891,7 +890,6 @@ else
//if the array hasn't been split
if (amountAlreadyWritten == 0)
{
printf("fits and isn't split\n");
//just pass all data to the partial vectors
for (int j = 0; j < dimensions.size(); j++)//done using a loop so that data is copied, not referenced
{
......@@ -903,7 +901,6 @@ else
}
else//if the array has been split
{
printf("fits and is split\n");
int dimensionIndex = previousDimensions.size() - 1;
//loop previous dimensions in
......@@ -991,7 +988,6 @@ else
else//otherwise, take remaining size and start removing dimensions until the dimension block is less, then take a fraction of the dimension
{
//calculate the number of values of the data type you're using will fit
printf("file size limit = %d\npreviousDataSize = %d\nfileSize = %d\nbyte size = %d\n", mImpl->mHDF5FileSizeLimit*(1024*1024), previousDataSize, fileSize,
(mImpl->mHDF5FileSizeLimit*(1024*1024) - (previousDataSize + fileSize)));
unsigned int usableSpace = (mImpl->mHDF5FileSizeLimit*(1024*1024) - (previousDataSize + fileSize)) / dataItemSize;
if (mImpl->mHDF5FileSizeLimit*(1024*1024) < (previousDataSize + fileSize))
......@@ -1001,11 +997,9 @@ else
//if the array hasn't been split
if (amountAlreadyWritten == 0)
{
printf("doesn't fit and isn't split\n");
//see if it will fit in the next file
//if it will just go to the next file
//otherwise split it.
printf("usableSpace before check = %d\n", usableSpace);
if ((remainingValues * dataItemSize) + 800 > mImpl->mHDF5FileSizeLimit*(1024*1024) && usableSpace > 0)
{
......@@ -1024,7 +1018,6 @@ else
//determine how many of those blocks will fit
unsigned int numBlocks = usableSpace / blockSizeSubtotal;//this should be less than the current value for the dimension
printf("numBlocks = %d\nusableSpace = %d\nblockSizeSubtotal = %d\n", numBlocks, usableSpace, blockSizeSubtotal);
//add dimensions as required.
int j = 0;
......@@ -1064,7 +1057,6 @@ else
}
else//if the array has been split
{//This case should not come up often as it requires truly gigantic data sets
printf("doesn't fit and is split\n");
//see if it will fit in the next file
//if it will just go to the next file
//otherwise split it.
......@@ -1166,10 +1158,8 @@ if (partialDimensions.size() > 0)
startTotal += partialStarts[j] * containedInDimensions;
}
containedInDimensions *= partialDimensions[j];
printf("contained in dimensions = %d\n", containedInDimensions);
}
int containedInPriorDimensions = controllerIndexOffset;//starting index
printf("controller index offset for pulling array data %d\n", controllerIndexOffset);
int startOffset = 1;
for (int j = 0; j < previousDataSizes.size(); j++)
{
......@@ -1180,11 +1170,9 @@ if (partialDimensions.size() > 0)
startOffset = 0;
}
containedInPriorDimensions += startOffset;
printf("total index offset for pulling array data %d\n", containedInPriorDimensions);
int dimensionTotal = 1;
for (int j = 0; j < dimensions.size(); j++)
{
printf("dimension[%d] = %d\n", j, dimensions[j]);
dimensionTotal *= dimensions[j];
}
......@@ -1574,18 +1562,6 @@ if (mMode == Append) {
std::vector<unsigned int> curDataSize = *dataSizeWalker;
unsigned int curArrayOffset = *arrayOffsetWalker;
printf("filename = %s\n", curFileName);
for (int j = 0; j < curStart.size(); j++)
{
printf("start[%d] = %d\n", j, curStart[j]);
}
for (int j = 0; j < curStride.size(); j++)
{
printf("stride[%d] = %d\n", j, curStride[j]);
}
printf("array start offset = %d\n", curArrayOffset);
printf("array contains:\n%s\n", curArray->getValuesString());
bool closeFile = false;
//This is meant to open files if it isn't already opened by the write prior
......
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