[postgis-users] raster2pgsql build from source...

Brian Fitzgerald bkfitz at gmail.com
Fri Sep 7 09:09:08 PDT 2012

I've finally manged to get the following stack working

- Linux Mint 13 Mate
- Postgresql 9.1
- GDAL 1.9.1 built from source
- GEOS 3.3.5 built from source
- Postgis 2.0.1 built from source with GEOS and GDAL above
- QGIS nightlies for ubuntu

- I imported a digital ortho raster tiff (in SRID 2273) into Postgis using
the Database -> PostGIS Raster -> Load function
- I then loaded this raster into QGIS using the Database -> Postgis Raster
-> Add function

This works 'ok'... the 1mile x 1mile 1ft res image does finally display,
but it takes like 2 minutes (presumably because there are no pyramids?)

So I wanted to try and load a raster using the raster2pgsql tool...
however, I've realized that I don't have it because I built from source...

Is there a place I can download the raster2pgsql tool source and also build
it from scratch?
Is there an alternative?
Is the reason the image is drawing sooooo slowly a lack of pyramids?


- Brian

Brian Fitzgerald, PMP, GISP
bkfitz at gmail.com
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