I’m new to GeoServer and have found it to be quite interesting! I’ve read
through the documentation and spent hours searching the internet to get where
I’m at today – but that’s what brings me here. I’m stuck!
I’m working on weather radar mapping using GeoServer. From the National Weather
Service, I am able to download grib data and use gdal_translate to save the
data as a tif. From there, I uploaded my tif to my GeoServer and created a
store where I added my radar.tif as a GeoTIFF. Notice, I have a sld file for
coloring my tif. Now the issue comes in with the BoundingBoxes – I have no clue
what to enter for these fields and the server auto populated, but is what it
auto populated with right?
Now, this did allow me to view my data using the layer preview and I even
tossed it on a web map I’m working on and that looks great (preview below), BUT
if you zoom greater than 22 the tiles disappear. I do not believe that this
should happen and I should be able to further zoom on a specific tile.
Finally, I then decided that I would try out the GeoWebCache and thought that
maybe I could serve my web client tiles with zxy, and it appears that is a no
go. If I try to access
for instance, I get `Coverage [minx,miny,maxx,maxy] is [1, 0, 0, 0, 0], index
[x,y,z] is [0, 0, 0]` and no map tile. I think this could be referred back to
my original bounding box issue OR a gridset issue.
I hope I have been somewhat thorough with my issues and concerns. Please let me
know if I need to supply any more information.
GeoServer Version: 2.13.2
Operating System: Ubuntu 18.04 x64
Links to mentioned material:
radar.tif https://drive.google.com/open?id=1aBg7gtRWyYxiDry0l9Hmw7sy0FizTedf (
radar.xml https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Kjd5ZOlj2jtKbaSLSIIqMlovOnCp4TM0 (
map preview https://drive.google.com/open?id=19it09n-1B3pZnXDNF-nAZaewEU8Od63D
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