The raster2pgsql is a raster loader executable that loads GDAL supported raster formats into sql suitable for loading into a PostGIS raster table.

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How to import GeoTIFF via postGIS into GeoServer?

As a simple test case, I'm trying to configure the software stack of OpenGeo such that I can display a GeoTIFF as an overlay to a normal map like OSM. So I perform the following steps: Create a ...
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Loading raster data to postgis

I'm a newbie in GIS technology and need some help in loading a rainfall radar raster data into PostGIS. The raster image is shown here: What I need is to store in the database the radar ...
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How to change table name of command raster2pgsql

I am completely newbie with GIS and PostGIS as well I'm trying to load raster into postgreSQL with raster2pgsql. It runs well. However, the table name of the raster is generated automatically. For ...
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Rasters loaded in Postgres/PostGIS using raster2pgsql contain blank lines

I recently set up an Ubuntu Server as a Postgres/PostGIS database server. In an effort to serve a collection of aerial photos to my colleagues, I loaded 608 GeoTiffs (non-overlapping 1km tiles each ...
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Can't view PostGIS rasters after changing schemas

I have loaded a few rasters into the Public schema of a PostGIS 2.0 database. Using the db manager in QGIS 1.8.0 I can add the rasters to the map canvas. After moving the rasters to another schema in ...
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blank preview image for ImageMosaicJDBC (postgis raster) layer [duplicate]

In geoserver, while publishing ImageMosaicJDBC layer seems no problem, the preview of this layer does not give me an meaningful overview image, only a blank image with the correct lat lon extend. Also ...
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numeric issue while loading floating point-valued GeoTIFF into PostGIS

I am trying to import a floating point GeoTIFF image into PostGIS (2.1), using the following command: raster2pgsql -s 4326 -I -M -F -C tif_dir/*.tif public.map | psql -U postgres -h localhost -d ...