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Mar
26
awarded Popular Question
Feb
10
comment Migration from ArcSDE (SQL Server) to PostGIS (PostgreSQL)
tried with ESF Database Migration. Transfer is successful but when data reaches the postgis db destination, it loses its geometry column so it's no longer a spatial table.
Dec
11
comment Cache generation failed. Progress gets stuck at 0%
tried that. didn't work.
Dec
11
comment Cache generation failed. Progress gets stuck at 0%
soc account did have access to the folder. thanks for the link though. it will be useful in the future.
Dec
5
comment Cache generation failed. Progress gets stuck at 0%
contacted ESRI. can't really say what was causing that behavior but apparently a new arcgis server restart solved the problem. I have to see if the behavior repeats, otherwise I would have to say that the solution is simple: restart the machine, restart arcgis server.
Dec
4
revised Cache generation failed. Progress gets stuck at 0%
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Dec
3
comment Cache generation failed. Progress gets stuck at 0%
Hello, I've attached a picture. It seems that the SOC processes are not using the CPU.
Dec
3
revised Cache generation failed. Progress gets stuck at 0%
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Nov
29
asked Cache generation failed. Progress gets stuck at 0%
Nov
27
comment Service published but cache generation failed on ArcGIS Server
i've tested the caching service with a 1GB raster and it worked fine. we're on a Microsoft Azzure Cloud. there isn't much space left (42GB) in the partition where arcgisserver is but I chose another directory (larger) for storing the cache. Anyway, you are right. I'll read the help again and start a new topic. Thanks again.
Nov
27
comment Service published but cache generation failed on ArcGIS Server
I'm back:) SO I managed to publish a small test-raster but when I try to publish my 30GB one the cache status gets stucked at 0% or 0,16 %. Should I start another topic or do you think is related?
Nov
26
awarded Benefactor
Nov
25
accepted Service published but cache generation failed on ArcGIS Server
Nov
25
comment Service published but cache generation failed on ArcGIS Server
The problem was simpler than that:) The CachingTools service from the System folder was stopped:) Don't know why, but anyway, you sent me to the right track. so thanks. Please provide an answer so I can give you the bounty:)
Nov
25
comment Service published but cache generation failed on ArcGIS Server
Hello,10x for the quick reply first of all. In GP-Results the message is "Error 001276: Invalid number of Cache GPService instances specified. The tool takes a minimum of 1 instance". How do I increase the number of instances to work on a caching job?
Nov
25
accepted Most efficient option to create a raster basemap for a web application?
Nov
22
comment Log file for ArcGIS geoprocessing?
hello, what's the file location for a Windows Server 2008?
Nov
22
asked Service published but cache generation failed on ArcGIS Server
Nov
20
comment Most efficient option to create a raster basemap for a web application?
Hi Julien, did that but it's still quite big, and I also did a .png with jpeg compression and it's smaller. They look quite the same to me. Do you think I can encounter problems if I use a .png or a .jpg with a lossy compression?
Nov
18
comment Most efficient option to create a raster basemap for a web application?
since the .ecw format is no longer an option. what would be the best format and the best compression in your opinion? So far I've created a .tif mosaic.
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