[MapProxy] What is the best Unix platform for MapProxy production
sandor.csaba at viamap.hu
Mon Jan 10 06:43:42 EST 2011
Just to add an experience. We're using it on 64bit Debian Lenny without any
problems and at very good speeds. Comparing it to tilecache.py that we used
previously it's around 8-10 times faster to seed a cache of a CEE country.
On 10 January 2011 11:32, Jason Lee <jaslee.st at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the useful input and advice. After some searching it seems
> 64-bit PIL can be troublesome to set up so it seems sensible to go with
> 32-bit system for now (also, 64-bit does not necessarily mean faster) and
> maybe trial/test 64-bit against 32-bit system for future a set up.
> On Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 6:49 PM, Oliver Tonnhofer <olt at omniscale.de> wrote:
>> On 06.01.2011, at 16:14, Jason Lee wrote:
>> > I am looking at deploying MapProxy on a Unix production environment and
>> wonder which version of Unix is best? (Ubuntu, Centos etc.) I notice the
>> MapProxy installation instructions are based on Debian 5.0, is this the best
>> It doesn't really matter, as long as there is a recent Python version
>> installed/available. AFAIK, RHEL/CentOS still comes only with 2.4 which is
>> too old. We are running MapProxy on Debian 5 and different Ubuntu versions
>> and also have customers on OpenSuse. So you should choose a system where you
>> are most comfortable with.
>> > Also, is MapProxy optimized for 64-bit systems?
>> No, but the most CPU intensive stuff is done by the Python Image Library
>> (PIL) and I don't know if it does run faster on 64 bit systems.
>> Oliver Tonnhofer <olt at omniscale.de>
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