I do not understand why do you want to use the GDAL WMTS driver in between when 
you could use the WMTS service directly with QGIS through “Add Layer(s) from a 
WMT(S) Server”.

The idea of having tiled services is that cached tiles come faster from the 
cache and they can also be cached on the client side. The price is that the 
cache requires disk space. You must analyze your use case and make a conclusion 
if increased speed is worth preseeding.  For example, if large areas of your 
SAR images are newer accessed by you users then preseeding the whole coverage 
may not be worth the trouble.

-Jukka Rahkonen-

Lähettäjä: Julierme Pinheiro [mailto:juliermeopensourcedevelo...@gmail.com]
Lähetetty: 22. helmikuuta 2018 17:12
Vastaanottaja: GeoServer Mailing List List 
Aihe: [Geoserver-users] gdal xml files for the wmts and tms in geoserver

Hi all,
I am creating gdal xml files for the wmts and tms services in order to load the 
layers in Qgis.
I have several sar images that cover areas up to 1850 km2. Seeding one layer is 
taking over 20 hours using the following configuration 

 I wonder whether or not I need to seed the layers in order to improve Qgis 
rendering layers for the wmts and tms services in the gdal xml file?
Also, one seeding layer is consuming over 11GB hard disk  with active enable 
direct integration with GeoServer WMS.
Is there any way to reduce the hard disk usage while seeding?

Any feedback on that please?
Kind regards

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