Zeros in multiple time steps when no Close is called and Flush is (BPFIle)
Created by: stevenwalton
Working with the Ascent program I am unable to call
adiosWriter.Close() and a few issues have been brought up because of this case. I have found that when writing to BPFiles that the first time step correctly writes, but each subsequent
BeginStep()/EndStep() pair is called that the data does not get written.
This currently does not affect SST or DataMan and #757 (closed) fixed the issues for HDF5.
When writing toy examples I can not reproduce the problem and I do not get it when I use small vectors within Ascent. It appears that vector sizes need to be quite large to reproduce this error.
adiosWriter.Close() is called, this is not an issue.