[GeoNode-devel] Thumbnail update fails

Guillaume Sueur no-reply at neogeo-online.net
Mon Aug 29 04:52:53 PDT 2016

Hi, thanks for your reply,

Nothing shows up in the log, even in developer logging mode.
Anyway, what is strange is that I get a 405 error (method not allowed)
and not a 401 (authentication needed). The requested URL is correct
though... :


(auth account and realm are correct too).

Best regards


Le 29/08/2016 à 13:37, Simone Dalmasso a écrit :
> Hi, try to take a look at the geoserver logs to see if there is a
> problem with authenticating with geonode or a missing permission (but I
> don't think). It may just be a small misconfiguration in geoserver.
> Hope this helps
> http://localhost:8080/geoserver/rest/printng/render.png?width=240&auth=geonode.aua-toulouse
> 2016-08-29 12:23 GMT+02:00 Guillaume Sueur <no-reply at neogeo-online.net
> <mailto:no-reply at neogeo-online.net>>:
>     Hi list,
>     I am experiencing a weird problem with geonode and geoserver rest API.
>     Here is the story. I have a bunch of layers in Geoserver, and I can
>     updatelayers from Geonode without any problem, having the thumbnails
>     correctly created in uploaded/thumbs directory, and correctly set to
>     www-data ownership afterwards to avoid any problem when updating from
>     the web interface.
>     Then, if I use the "Define Thumbnail" button from the Layer Edit Window,
>     an empty image is created over the previously created thumbnail. I dig a
>     bit into the code trying to locate the issue. It seems it comes from
>     geoserver api which replies to the request emitted in
>     geoserver/helpers.py on line 1687 with :
>     Thumbnail created : {'date': 'Mon, 29 Aug 2016 10:19:56 GMT', 'status':
>     '405', 'content-length': '0'
>     , 'allow': 'GET', 'server': 'Noelios-Restlet-Engine/1.0..8'}
>     which means that the Method Not allowed error wasn't caught back
>     correctly by geonode who continued the process and wrote the empty
>     content to a new file.
>     I just don't understand why I received this 405 HTTP error in this
>     situation, that I have seen working well on other Geonode Instances.
>     I've made the installation following the custom installation guide last
>     week, so I guess with some fresh github code.
>     Any clue ?
>     Best regards
>     Guillaume
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> Simone 

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