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Relating to a previous post, found an excellent source for data called Koordinates.

I downloaded this 5m DEM of New Zealand, Wellington.
This is in a TIFF format and I have added to ArcMap 10, applied a colour ramp, some hillshading, and applied a standard deviation on the histogram:

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I know that the MSD format does not support hillshading, so I published direct from the MXD. As a dynamic service, it draws fine (but slow as you would expect).

So I cached the service using Mixed mode, and the compact storage type.

Viewing the cache in both ArcGIS Desktop and REST, the resulting cache is a solid red: enter image description here

At some of the closer levels, the expected symbolgy comes through in some tiles: enter image description here

Have tried re-creating several times and still getting the same problem.

Would like some advice on troubleshooting this.
Have not seen anything related in the Esri forums.

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Issue seems to be specific to compact caches and works fine with exploded caches. Ill follow up with Esri Support. But for now, consider this answered.

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Try building statistics on the raster –  Craig Williams Oct 4 '11 at 5:16
    
If you have the answer you were looking for, please mark it as the accepted answer... even if it's your own answer. In fact, I think you'll get a badge on your profile for it :) –  R Thiede Oct 4 '11 at 6:50
    
Will hold off doing that until I get a better answer (i.e. more info from Esri) –  Simon Oct 4 '11 at 7:14
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What often works in arcgis is using the raster calculator and calculating a new grid with exactly the same values as the old one. Often raster problems are gone when using the new grid. I suppose it recalculates some statistics and caches. –  johanvdw Oct 4 '11 at 14:14
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