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You do not have to use port number 8080 for GeoServer, typically that is the default one defined within the installer.


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Ciao, an observation on number VS size of files. Opening more than 10 to 20 file to respond to a request would hinder scalability of WMS and WCS. On the other side having Geotiff that are too large (hard to say but >> 20gb as a start) would make the internal structure too big for fast serving. As such you need to balance size and # of files to read on each ...


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Based on the advice in "GeoServer on Steroids" I would aim for a mosaic of GeoTiffs. Page 8 clearly states to choose a mosaic when: A single file gets too big (inefficient seeks, too much metadata to read, etc..) Single granules can be large Use Tiling + Overviews + Compression on granules but suggests moving to pyramids when ...


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That looks correct (assuming you have closed the TextSymbolizer somewhere lower down), but is a fairly minimal style. It is possible that GeoServer is unable to find a good place to draw any of your labels if the lines are very complex and close together, try zooming in and see if any labels appear. Alternatively you might apply a filter to just the ...


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When you say you have 4d data, is your terrain data static or time dynamic (and you have other gis data that is 4d)? In regards to showing terrain in Cesium, you will need to provide a global terrain model via a TerrainProvider. There are several TerrainProviders that Cesium can support, as shown in the Cesium Terrain and Water Tutorial. What resolution ...



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