[postgis-users] more memory issues with raster2pgsql

Bborie Park dustymugs at gmail.com
Fri Mar 28 19:05:20 PDT 2014

Assuming you are running psql at the terminal/console, you should run "set
PGCLIENTENCODING=UTF8" before running psql.

I can't say I can be of much more help as I don't have a windows box handy.

On Mar 28, 2014 7:01 PM, "georgew" <gws293 at hotmail.com> wrote:

> thanks again bborie, my original raster is only 135MB in size, the
> generated
> sql is 270MB in size. As for the FAQ, I had looked at it, but could not
> work
> out how to find out how my client encoding is set and where. Also where is
> the postgresql load script for windows?
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