[mapguide-users] what's holding people back from upgrading to 2.0?

BradM masonb at dfo-mpo.gc.ca
Wed Oct 8 11:16:54 EDT 2008

We had similar problems when zooming into large scales on our huge hydrology
layer for British Columbia.  The server would take far too long to render a
map.  We added the fix for tool tips and also  turned off an annotation
layer.  Now the maps are working as fast or faster than MGE2008.  But I want
to get the hydrology annotations back online again.  I am sure that our
users want to see the river names and lake names.  So we are not out of the
woods yet.

JasonBirch wrote:
> This issue is identified in RFC 52 as AGG-specific, and was in my
> initial testing as well:
> http://trac.osgeo.org/mapguide/wiki/MapGuideRfc52
> Are you seeing the same results when you switch to the GD renderer in
> 2.0.x?
> Jason
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jonathan Manafi
> Subject: Re: [mapguide-users] what's holding people back from upgrading
> to 2.0?
> We experienced extreme CPU and/or memory consumption when we tested MGOS
> 2.x with some of our data. We created a ticket(#459 
> https://trac.osgeo.org/mapguide/ticket/459) to document our problems, 
> and I have been testing this issue with all of the updated releases, and
> I continue to see the same results. We can't zoom all the way into our 
> maps without the server locking up and consuming all of the CPU, which 
> is stopping us from moving a production environment to MGOS 2. We've 
> been able to modify 1.2 to suit our needs for almost everything with 
> plugins; and if we couldn't add a specific feature, we went in another 
> direction.
> So far, that has been a killer for our migration.
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