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I've tried restarting R and my computer without success. If it is not the current version, then recompile IM. The error is quite peculiar and leads me to suspect there is an extra directory with zero tiff tags in it and that the failure is essentially due to a call The vrt file has overviews built on it (which is obviously a rather large file), but on QGIS 1.8 it opens almost instantaneously once I have confirmed the CRS to use.

Thanks! ERROR 1: IReadBlock failed at X offset 0, Y offset 0 ERROR 1: GetBlockRef failed at X block offset 0, Y block offset 0 ..80...90.ERROR 1: JPEGLib:Not a JPEG file: starts It opened in just over 1 minute (the tiles are 800m x 600m). share|improve this answer edited Jun 9 '15 at 20:50 answered May 19 '15 at 16:16 Jeffrey Evans 14k11443 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or

Cheers Tom -----Opprinnelig melding----- Fra: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] På vegne av Frank Warmerdam Sendt: 20. Keyed_Information: GTModelTypeGeoKey (Short,1): ModelTypeProjected ProjectedCSTypeGeoKey (Short,1): PCS_WGS84_UTM_zone_33N End_Of_Keys. Test data: ​ftp://[email protected]/090162.tif ERROR 1: C:\Data\090162.tif.ovr:No space to read TIFF directory ERROR 1: TIFFReadDirectory:Failed to read directory at offset 8846 ERROR 1: TIFFWriteEncodedStrip:Must set "ImageWidth" before writing data ERROR 1: TIFFWriteEncodedStrip:Must I downloaded and built IM 6.5.5-2 from source on Snow Leopard, and I am trying to process a TIFF file using convert.

I removed version 3.9.6, at first i thought i was in trouble since it removed a bunch of stuff. So you can try without recompiling IM and check. It's quite commonly used to make pyramids for iipsrv and friends. Quote Postby ylafont » 2014-11-06T10:49:13-07:00 Code: Select [email protected] ~/tmp/TestScans $ identify -list format | grep -i tiff
EPT rw- Encapsulated PostScript with TIFF preview
EPT2 rw-

This includes the command-line utilities, as well as the C and C++ APIs. do you know if i will have to recompile and make IM again? Is there a file i can edit does everything needs to be complete uninstalled and uninstalled?UPDATE:--------------Ok I think i got it.dpkg- querry showed that both version of libtiff were installed. What is so wrong with thinking of real numbers as infinite decimals?

These transient problems are the worst to debug. From the log, it looks like WiredTiger recovery ran for 15 minutes on startup, but MongoDB didn't detect an unclean shutdown. Note that this pattern occurs on bands 2-4 but not on band 1. Show Chung-yen Chang added a comment - Aug 13 2015 11:05:43 PM +00:00 Michael Cahill , this turned out to be uglier than I thought.

Usage questions are like "How do I use ImageMagick to create drop shadows?". their explanation seems to make the same result from the rose: imagecan you eliminate any of your steps in your command and get the same inconsistent processing, ie. I will convert the killall in my script to include "-w". I wanted to use gdal_retile (tried gdal 1.7.0b2 and 1.8.0) on this to first tile and then eventually pyramid the resultant images.

So this was not the cause of the problem. If the message is received by anyone other than the addressee, please delete it and any attachments from your computer without copying it or disclosing its contents to anyone. Which pyramids (overviews) are listed in raster properties Pyramids tab? Quote Postby magick » 2014-11-06T09:31:00-07:00 These exceptions are coming directly from the TIFF delegate library.

With the overview file ​ I find that the following program produces wrong results (pixel around 1300) reading the second block in the second band unless the first block is read Are you able to deduce from the debug log what is happening all that time. #4 Updated by James Stott over 3 years ago File unsupported_data_source.jpg added What renderer type and I will try it again and see if I can reproduce, and then capture the log and check the file size when it happens. If so, try download.file(, mode="wb") share|improve this answer answered May 20 '15 at 21:57 RobertH 2,989412 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Try the following approach: require(raster) # Create

Hide Permalink Chung-yen Chang added a comment - Aug 13 2015 11:05:43 PM +00:00 Michael Cahill, this turned out to be uglier than I thought. I closed QGIS down after waiting for 10 minutes. Can you check if killall -w avoids this error?

I do not know if this is before or after the fix. #15 Updated by Salvatore Larosa over 3 years ago Status changed from Reopened to Closed Please try with 299d152

Quote Postby magick » 2014-11-06T10:40:52-07:00 It appears to be a problem with the TIFF delegate library. Commenting out the VSI lines in the bat file enables the vrt file to load. #22 Updated by Radim Blazek over 3 years ago Status changed from Reopened to Closed Fixed comment:9 Changed 7 years ago by gaopeng I made a fix to force 12 bit if compession is JPEG, and nBitsPerPixel is 16, in gt_overview.cpp. Try these commands:convert rose: rose.tifidentify -verbose rose.tif Top ylafont Posts: 28 Joined: 2014-11-03T16:33:39-07:00 Authentication code: 6789 Re: Problem???

with VSI cache globally enabled). #12 Updated by James Stott over 3 years ago Status changed from Closed to Reopened I updated master this morning (29/07/2013) and this has not fixed Top magick Site Admin Posts: 10425 Joined: 2003-05-31T11:32:55-07:00 Re: Problem??? How fast is it to open the overviews file alone (Stavanger_2011.vrt.ovr)? The test was run in 1.6-esri build.

However, when I tried to do a gdalinfo command or gdal _retile command on the image I'd just get a memory error. The difference seems to be that averaging uses GDALRegenerateCascadingOverviews() while nearest just computes all levels directly from the full resolution imagery. Thomas, It would be interesting to see the output of tiffdump on this file. I wanted to use > gdal_retile (tried gdal 1.7.0b2 and 1.8.0) on this to first tile and then > eventually pyramid the resultant images. > > However, when I tried to

comment:16 Changed 7 years ago by gaopeng Tested, and it works well. At this point, I think it is safe to assume that the problem was a duplicate of the earlier issue that Michael has mentioned, that the mongod being killed didn't die Free forum by Nabble Edit this page Search: LoginHelp/GuideAbout TracPreferences WikiTimelineRoadmapBrowse SourceView TicketsSearch Context Navigation ← Previous TicketNext Ticket → Opened 7 years ago Closed 7 years ago #3070 closed defect An old mongod can overwrite WiredTiger.turtle because the manual rm -rf has removed the lock file that normally protects against this kind of thing.

Please try to disable them, comment or delete in your qgis-dev.bat the rows: @set VSI_CACHE=TRUE set [email protected] You have hit the nail right on the head. current community blog chat Geographic Information Systems Geographic Information Systems Meta your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. The issue might also be specific to how the overviews are written (with jumping around from overview level to overview level resetting the jpeg encoder machinery). The workload is doing a large number of inserts of documents that are 1K each.