How to use the zarr.LRUStoreCache function in zarr

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github dcs4cop / xcube / xcube / core / View on Github external
def read(self,
             path: str,
             client_kwargs: Dict[str, Any] = None,
             **kwargs) -> xr.Dataset:
        path_or_store = path
        consolidated = False
        if isinstance(path, str):
            path_or_store, consolidated = get_path_or_obs_store(path_or_store, client_kwargs, mode='r')
            if 'max_cache_size' in kwargs:
                max_cache_size = kwargs.pop('max_cache_size')
                if max_cache_size > 0:
                    path_or_store = zarr.LRUStoreCache(path_or_store, max_size=max_cache_size)
        return xr.open_zarr(path_or_store, consolidated=consolidated, **kwargs)
github dcs4cop / xcube / xcube / webapi / View on Github external
:param index: the level index
        :param zarr_kwargs: kwargs passed to xr.open_zarr()
        :return: the dataset for the level at *index*.
        ext, level_path = self._level_paths[index]
        if ext == ".link":
            with, "w") as fp:
                level_path =
                # if file_path is a relative path, resolve it against the levels directory
                if not os.path.isabs(level_path):
                    base_dir = os.path.dirname(self._dir_path)
                    level_path = os.path.join(base_dir, level_path)

        store = s3fs.S3Map(root=level_path, s3=self._obs_file_system, check=False)
        cached_store = zarr.LRUStoreCache(store, max_size=2 ** 28)
        with measure_time(tag=f"opened remote dataset {level_path} for level {index}"):
            consolidated = self._obs_file_system.exists(f'{level_path}/.zmetadata')
            return assert_cube(xr.open_zarr(cached_store, consolidated=consolidated, **zarr_kwargs), name=level_path)