[postgis-users] WKTRaster : gdal2wktraster.py cannot read AIG/Arc/Info Binary Grid
p.baumann at jacobs-university.de
Wed Jul 21 16:09:54 PDT 2010
Hi Leo & Regina,
On 07/22/2010 12:52 AM, Paragon Corporation wrote:
> You might have answered this already and we missed that part, but we
> couldn't gather the answers from the rasdaman site.
> We are in the middle of finishing our book so these questions may seem
> a bit nosy.
> 1) What versions of PostgreSQL does rasdaman support?
> 2) What OSes -- does it work on/tested on - all supported by PostgreSQL?
We have run rasdaman on HP-UX, Solaris, SGI/IRIX, IBM/AIX, Linux; client
side also on Win (currently focusing on Linux due to request statistics)
> 3) How many bands can you store per raster or is it any number like
> WKT Raster?
> 4) As far as we can gather - it looks like rasdaman though by default
> chooses to store data in PostgreSQL, can in theory store in any DBMS?
> That it takes more of the middleware route
> similar to ArcSDE (not talking about what it does, just the general
> how it interfaces with the database)
this is Oracle, IBM DB2, IBM Informix, MySQL, PG, file system
> 5) Are the queries directly callable from PostgreSQL or you have to go
> thru the rasql interface?
PG not yet directly, currently all through rasql. This will change this
hope it helps, let me know of further questions.
> Leo and Regina
Dr. Peter Baumann
- Professor of Computer Science, Jacobs University Bremen
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- Executive Director, rasdaman GmbH Bremen (HRB 147737)
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