My data is very large (polygon feature class with 884187 features), thats why Python geoprocessing tools (which use geoprocesses like Intersect, Buffer etc.) don't work due to performance issues.
So my idea was to use the "Eliminate" tool in ArcGIS Pro to reduce the amount of sliver polygons. Problem is now, that this tool is also not working because the data is too large (it always stucks while "Reading feature ..."). I know that e.g. Intersect uses tiled geoprocessing automatically. Is there a way to do this manually (like a tool that splits the data into smaller parts), or is there a better way to remove sliver polygons, than "Eliminate"?
- PC: 64bit Windows 7, 8gb ram, 2,8GHz intel i5
- Hard Drive(on which data is safed): HGST Travelstar Z5K500 HTS545032A7E380, 320 GB, 2.5", SATA 3Gb/s - 5400 rpm - Buffer: 8 MB, Main Partition
- Software: ArcGIS Pro 2.1.0
- Data Source: Type: Shapefile, Projection (ETRS 1989 LAEA), Resolution (minY: -9.526.700m maxY: 15.968.500m minX: -8.462.600m maxX: 17.068.600m)