[Gdal-dev] GDAL - Condor/HPC - Image Libraries

Shaun Kolomeitz Shaun.Kolomeitz at epa.qld.gov.au
Tue Mar 27 16:55:44 EDT 2007

Dear GDal-Dev,

My apologies that this isn't strictly a development issue.
I am investigating the option for using Condor (or another High
Performance / Distributed Computing application) for processing
thousands of images using GDAL into larger merged tiles.
Our OS environment is Windows XP, and I was wondering if anyone has had
any success in doing this.
Once I've got these together I'd like to setup an image library for
people to be able to find the imagery that we have (even if we don't
strictly manage that imagery). Is this perhaps a WFS application of
could I get by with something a bit more basic ?

Thanks in advance.


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