[GeoNode-users] User (no SuperUser) dont can view layers in Goserver

Toni Schönbuchner toni.schoenbuchner at csgis.de
Wed Nov 1 14:33:52 PDT 2017

Hi Abel,

I think I´ve loosed the thread. From your error code I would say this looks like a connection problem.
In this case, yes the problem could lay in the connection between your servers. unfortuantely i´m not
with windows servers. On linux I would check connections with something like ss. Another thing I would
try is to narrow down the problem. For example uploading real big geotiffs or a shap´s with heavy geometry
and see if I´m running in some timeout (or allowed post size etc...). Also stress testing your geoserver with jmeter could help to find your problem.

But you´re also writing the super User has no problems viewing maps? But all others?
In this case I would expect a missconfiguration with your settings and or auth.




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>   1. Re: User (no SuperUser) dont can view layers in	Goserver
>      (Abel Quesi)
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> Date: Wed, 1 Nov 2017 16:57:45 -0300
> From: "Abel Quesi" <aquesi at itssaconsulting.com>
> To: <geonode-users at lists.osgeo.org>
> Subject: Re: [GeoNode-users] User (no SuperUser) dont can view layers
> 	in	Goserver
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> Hi. Again this error.
> The data of layers is in SqlServer 2008 R2 in other server.
> Can this to be the problem?
> Regards

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