[postgis-users] raster2pgsql quoted string error
jeandaniel.sylvain at gmail.com
Fri Nov 2 18:10:28 PDT 2012
Bborie and the list,
We have uninstall everything could have potential link with
postgresSQL/postGIS, GDAL and GDAL python binding and proceed to a hole new
installation via the package provide by enterprise DB (V. 9.2.1 Winx86-64).
We were very optmistic to have a pretty new update installation that will
convert and insert this raster through the database.
Unfortunately (beleive or not), we still had the same error message. The
problem seem to appears suddenly at the end of the conversion.
There is anyone know what are the processes involve in the raster2pgsql at
this stage of conversion?
Anyone, have an idea of what's still going wrong?
Le vendredi 2 novembre 2012 05:15:00 UTC-4, José Pedro Santos a écrit :
> Hi Jean,
> The raster2psql is well install? You can import other raster files? If yes
> is very strange that error and also if the data is good..
> Best Regards,
> Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2012 15:23:25 -0400
> Subject: Re: [postgis-users] raster2pgsql quoted string error
> Hi bborie
> I would prefer to share my computer with you (;)).
> Seriously, I don't think the problem is with the raster. We imported the
> same image in an other postgis database (version 2.0) without any problem.
> I try to import several others images with my raster2pgsql and we still
> have the same result.
> I will share you a link where you will find the image with Ubuntu one. It
> should be down there.
> Hope I won't have to re-install all my gear.
> If it's not okay, I will send you the image via email.
> J'ai lié 1 fichier à ce courriel :
> landsat.tif <http://ubuntuone.com/0ZJgHJwOf2GBW7n8KsnBbO>(54.3 Mo)Ubuntu
> One <https://one.ubuntu.com/referrals/referee/2149434/?next=/>
> Mozilla Thunderbird <http://www.getthunderbird.com> permet de partager
> facilement des fichiers volumineux par courriel.
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