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Mon Apr 2 10:38:51 PDT 2012
Il giorno lun, 02/04/2012 alle 10.19 -0700, JamesH ha scritto:
> Hi all,
> I am trying to load a .img raster through raster2pgsql. Recently upgraded to
> version beta4 and I believe the commands have changed.
> Previously I have used something like (when in postgresql\9.1\bin)
> raster2pgsql -r C:\Users\james\height_newcastle.img -t public.height -s
> 27700 -o C:\Users\james\height/sql
> But this is now returning as "unable to read raster file: -o"
> Looking through the documentation I have recognised to change -r to -R and
> -s is still the same but the -t has changed and -o does not exist in the
> What should I be doing to produce the sql file?
> Kind Regards,
Make sure you not use python-based loader and try this:
raster2pgsql -s 27700 -I -C -M C:\Users\james\height_newcastle.img -F -t
64x64 public.height_newcastle > path/to/sql_file
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