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Just a guess, but in my opinion this problem is related to the limited memory handling capabilities of Windows. My other rendering nodes (which are not running Avast) are unaffected, and don’t have this error.According to Autodesk, it seems as if either Avast, or (maybe) an anti-spyware program on my Sign up for the SourceForge newsletter: I agree to receive quotes, newsletters and other information from sourceforge.net and its partners regarding IT services and products. Please don't fill out this field. this content

Terms Privacy Opt Out Choices Advertise Get latest updates about Open Source Projects, Conferences and News. Check the logfile above for details =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Feature output statistics for `TIFF' writer using keyword `TIFF_2': =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Features Written =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- dop2013 1 ============================================================================== Total Features Written 1 =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- A fatal error I can make a zip from the originals for downloading if someone is interested in having a look. SourceForge Browse Enterprise Blog Deals Help Create Log In or Join Solution Centers Go Parallel Resources Newsletters Cloud Storage Providers Business VoIP Providers Call Center Providers Thanks for helping keep SourceForge

Toggle useless messagesView this report as an mbox folder, status mbox, maintainer mbox Report forwarded to [email protected], Jay Berkenbilt : Bug#703434; Package libtiff-tools. (Tue, 19 Mar 2013 15:15:10 GMT) Full text Windows is not able to provide a contiguous block of memory that is required by some software in some cases. Download Chrome SMF 2.0.12 | SMF © 2015, Simple Machines XHTML RSS WAP2 Page created in 0.043 seconds with 19 queries. When I'm finishing the process in edit/create, after a couple of > lines, red info appears and it ends with an error message.

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  2. And because the Reader's iop pointer now points to the abstraction class 'ReaderOwner', I can't even query the state of the 'output_type' to determine how to behave (error, black, checkerboard).So please
  3. From: Oliver Eichler - 2010-12-10 07:15:14 On 12/09/2010 01:15 PM, Marcial Gómez Martín wrote: > Hello everyone, > I've been trying to goereference a raster map with the edit/create map,
  4. On Windows, working with large datasets and gdal (especially compressed and VRT) or allowing gdal_translate to use more memory via GDAL_CACHEMAX config, caused always problems for me.
  5. No, thanks
  6. Some time ago a colleague had this type of problem when working with IDL scripts, it worked fine on Linux or Mac OS, never on Windows with larger datasets.
  7. What filesystem is being used?
  8. Versions of packages libtiff-tools suggests: ii libtiff-opengl 3.9.4-5+squeeze8 TIFF manipulation and conversion t -- no debconf information Send a report that this bug log contains spam.
  9. Both computers have 2 GB of memory but resource manager does not show signs about running out of memory.
  10. TIFFAppendToStrip: Write error at scanline 24064.

Re: [Qlandkartegt-users] how to georeference maps? Reply-To: Mathieu Malaterre , [email protected] Resent-From: Mathieu Malaterre Resent-To: [email protected] Resent-CC: Jay Berkenbilt X-Loop: [email protected] Resent-Date: Tue, 19 Mar 2013 15:15:06 +0000 Resent-Message-ID: Resent-Sender: [email protected] X-Debian-PR-Message: report 703434 David etls_itay · Nov 25, 2013 at 08:20 AM 0 Share Hi, Another format option in ECW, but since the compression also eats up lots of memory resources, consider David's recommendations. Another option might be the JPEG2000, which may give significantly smaller files for certain images, particularly "monotone" orthophotos.

Both computers have 2 GB of > memory but resource manager does not show signs about running out of memory. > > There is now a 460 MB zip file at On Linux I can easily work with VRT files that reference several 100's of GB. Reported by: Mathieu Malaterre Date: Tue, 19 Mar 2013 15:15:06 UTC Severity: normal Found in version tiff/4.0.2-6 Reply or subscribe to this bug. Check the logfile above for details ...

So I can just recommend, if feasible, to try out Linux or any type of Unix for your processing and see if the problem disappears. Some time ago a colleague had this type of problem when working with IDL scripts, it worked fine on Linux or Mac OS, never on Windows with larger datasets. Hi Marcial, no idea as long as you do not tell us the magic blue and red lines. Obviously there is a lack of some resource but I cannot imagine what it is and how I could give more of it for gdal_translate.

Thanks, Marcial Re: [Qlandkartegt-users] how to georeference maps? At the moment I´ve just got a reader -> rasterMosaiker->writer. Windows is not able to provide a contiguous block of memory that is required by some software in some cases. Please let me know if you by any chance understand about this. This means that writing to the file failed for some reason using the parameters supplied in TIFFAppendToStrip().

In these files there are info about the size in pixels and the reference of the four corners of the map. news TIFF writer: Output file creation failed A fatal error has occurred. On Windows, working with large datasets and gdal (especially compressed and VRT) or allowing gdal_translate to use more memory via GDAL_CACHEMAX config, caused always problems for me. We could write 0's to the file, but that would defeat the purpose of a quick check. > > I would guess that sometimes the latter could prevent some frustration >

This has been a tremendous time saver for our lighters and compers who can now get iterations out without tons of manual frame management.However...because the Read class doesn't support custom knobs There are many possible causes for the issue, many of which are outside of libtiff. Aren't the Gisinternals builds coming from trunk? -Jukka Rahkonen- _______________________________________________ gdal-dev mailing list [hidden email] http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/gdal-dev Rahkonen Jukka (Tike) Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | http://devstude.net/write-error/write-error-illegal-request-invalid-address-for-write.php o.tif: Error, can't write scanline 24063.

No more will be > reported from now. > ...100 - done. > > gdalwarp -tps -r cubic -dstnodata > "255" /tmp/qt_temp.nn1967 /tmp/qt_temp.ik1967 > > ERROR 1: TIFFFetchDirectory:/tmp/qt_temp.nn1967: Can not read The difference is as big as 272 MB with LZW compression and 4500 MB as uncompressed. I have been taking some timings with different gdal_translate parameters but for some reason the most common command fails always for me.

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So I stopped trying this... Then, I copy the > proyection data from the Ozi text file, as well as the four references, > putting the pointers carefully in place. > Then, the message: > > I mean, if you try to reproduce that (or decide whether stopping the provider worked), do you have to wait (=work) for days, or would it be clear within a few For the record, I've tried the following trick : seek to the offset > that should be the end of the uncompressed file and write a byte.

TIFFAppendToStrip: Write error at scanline 24064. I chose TIFF as the output file format which threw this error. (SYSTEM: Desktop FME 2013 on Win7 4gb Ram) "TIFF writer: The resulting file is too big (approximately 207.87 GB). RasterMosaicker(RasterMosaicFactory): Failed to output the feature with the mosaicked raster A fatal error has occurred. check my blog Changing GDAL_CACHEMAX value does not change anything.

Related Questions Read 0..Many occurences of any element in FME. 0 Answers how to select 10% heighest points of a point cloud (for each plot) 1 Answer Simple solution to iterative Thanks, Rob Comment Add comment · Show 7 10 |1200 characters needed characters left characters exceeded ▼ Viewable by all users Viewable by moderators Viewable by moderators and the original poster Date: Tue, 19 Mar 2013 16:13:38 +0100 Package: libtiff-tools Version: 4.0.2-6 Severity: normal For some reason tiffcp does not cope with some large single strip TIFF file: $ tiffcp -8 -r resident protection temporarily (or maybe only the Standard Shield provider), does the problem go away?How often does the .tif writing error occur?

Free forum by Nabble Edit this page AWARE [SYSTEMS] Imaging expertise for the Delphi developer TIFF and LibTiff Mailing List Archive LibTiff Mailing List TIFF and LibTiff Mailing List Archive April See What's New safe.com blog knowledge Q&A Forum Knowledge Base Ideas Documentation span8 span4 New Question New Idea Spaces *FME Desktop *FME Server *FME Cloud *Other Topics Questions Ideas Articles Users These are 3 band Orthophotos - 405 tiles (not 2077 like I wrote earlier - that was another problem with 1:5000 Topographic Maps). Greetings Armin On 08/05/2012 14:32, Jukka Rahkonen wrote: > Jukka Rahkonen mmmtike.fi> writes: > >> >> Hi, >> >> I have some LZW compressed paletted 8-bit tiff files which I look

The result is > > gdal_translate -of GTiff test.vrt uncompressed.tif > > Input file size is 96000, 48000 > 0...10...20...30ERROR 1: TIFFAppendToStrip:Write error at scanline 14650 > ERROR 1: TIFFAppendToStrip:Write error I have been taking some timings with different gdal_translate > parameters >> but for some reason the most common command fails always for me. Jon A. Check the logfile above for details FME Session Duration: 9 minutes 35.9 seconds. (CPU: 320.4s user, 25.6s system) END - ProcessID: 7060, peak process memory usage: 474236 kB, current process memory

Oliver > El vie, 10-12-2010 a las 08:17 +0100, Oliver Eichler escribió: > >> no idea as long as you do not tell us the magic blue and red lines. >> where: $ tiffdump image.tif image.tif: Magic: 0x4949 Version: 0x2b OffsetSize: 0x8 Unused: 0 Directory 0: offset 4574085136 (0x110a30010) next 0 (0) ImageWidth (256) SHORT (3) 1<63360> ImageLength (257) SHORT This time > the error occurs at scanline 44731 when progress bar had advanced to > value of 90. > Obviously there is a lack of some resource but I cannot There on Linux however, higher settings for GDAL_CACHEMAX were speeding up conversions noticeably when working with lots of tiles, especially when they were compressed Tiffs.

do you have? This time the error occurs at scanline 44731 when progress bar had advanced to value of 90. We could write > 0's to the file, but that would defeat the purpose of a quick check. Acknowledgement sent to Mathieu Malaterre : New Bug report received and forwarded.

Then, I copy the > proyection data from the Ozi text file, as well as the four references, > putting the pointers carefully in place. > Then, the message: > >