I've been researching OS for about one year now and have seen the
light. Also with an anticipated move outside of the United States soon
(Brazil, Italy, Greece or Australia), I think having the skills to
I think I'll leave my rant at that for now - I am also interested in
From the municipal mapping side of things I would suggest you take a
look at GeoMoose as a Web Front end. It hooks to MapServer currently,
and future versions will be using the OpenLayers LIB for the Mapping
aspects. It was designed from the ground up to facilitate publishing
I would like to return to a discussion that we had months ago about raster on
RDBMS. But this time I would like to present some number.
As long as I could recall there was basically two major arguments contrary to
storing raster on RDBMS. One very pragmatical: Why waste precious
The data is chunked in Oracle into tiles, so unless you tile the TIFF
as well you aren't really doing a direct comparison. Even if you end
up with the same numbers for both processes, I'll still be impressed,
since I assumed Oracle would have a higher overhead.
On Tue, Oct 28, 2008 at 9:54
Let's see. The default blocking used by the GeoRaster driver is (256, 256, 1).
That is good because GeoTiffs doesn't tile on band space. So I would imagine
that if I tiled the GeoTiff this way:
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~/Data time gdal_translate Barcelona_2007_R2C2.TIF