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Monotonically increasing is a maths term that roughly means that "the next one is greater than this one". It doesn't have to be by the same amount each time. So in the context of GeoWebCache configuration, the code expects that the expiration rules increase in zoom level. You've pretty much got it in your second example: <expireCacheList> ...


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As you can see here it is a known issue. There is bug submitted to GWC GitHub: https://github.com/GeoWebCache/geowebcache/issues/232


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It appears my assumption was correct. This is what I did to fix the issue: Created a copy of the service Copied the cache from the original service to the new one Deleted the cache at the levels where tiles appeared to be missing (in my case, the last three levels) Recreated all tiles at the levels I deleted Copied the levels from the new service back to ...


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It looks like you've done a pretty good job of following best practices for creating the cache. Your servers have enough horsepower, but pulling the map data from your database might be an issue. Here's a little summary of this site that has a few additional tips for getting the most bang for your buck. 1 - Analyze your map before publishing it! This may ...


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You can use a Parameter Filter to pass through an arbitrary request parameters while controlling the set of allowed values. For instance, to allow the resolution parameter to take the values high or low, and to force it to low when it's not specified, you would use a filter like this: <stringParameterFilter> <key>resolution</key> ...



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