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In your example code you have lat and lon. In the sample that you linked to, in the function addClusters is where you can use that same lat/lon: So basically if you follow the sample, putting in your lat/lon in the place I highlighted above, it should work for you.
I found the solution for this problem using an external broker per geoserver node: the only step I missed was to set the var 'connection' of the cluster.properties to TRUE. This field can be found in the web UI in the cluster configuration panel, but it is named "Slave connection". A bit confusing!
The Concave Hull plugin adds Shared Nearest Neighbor Clustering to processing
This is an old question (2 full versions of Ubuntu old; at least 4 'point' versions of QGIS old; several GB of Microsoft CRITICAL-security-hole-updates old). However as with the age-old question of why sheep are found in trees, it is a fair question - and one that in recent weeks has been much on my mind. What the OP seemed to be trying to create is a ...
This is only for documentation, and many thanks for KHibma for the helpful solution. the right situation is
Information here on turning a single machine configuration into a cluster. For this particular issue, the problem was the config store was referenced by the first GIS Server through a local path. When attempting to connect the 2nd GIS Server, it cannot access the local path on the first machine. The config store must be setup with the ArcGIS Server using a ...
For the machine name, it should only be the name of the machine and do not include the domain. From your second screen shot of windows explorer, it appears the machine name is only NODE-02. It is looking for a config store based on the machine name so I think this is where your issue is. Your machine URL of http://NODE-02.CLUSTER-MOLG.PS:6080/arcgis/admin ...
This is the compromise between client-side and server-side data handling. You can try using TopoJSON to make your file smaller, but it's a little tricky to run, and works better on polygons, including simplification. I think you're best off using a server platform. CartoDB is free for small use like this, and it's got other advantages like fancy ...
Qgis2web can minify the GeoJSON. That will gain you a bit. It can also reduce the geometry precision - the number of decimal places (as qgis2leaf can). Edit: qgis2web also supports scale-dependent visibility. Could this help?
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