I have been using this 3.24 for a month or more. Now that I am using it, I have created every project using this one.

I am facing an issue with this version (not sure if this problem is only for this version or all the versions)

I have 400+ geo-package ( I know it’s too many layers but I can't do anything to reduce it; instead, I can do more). Now, this can't handle too many layers of geo-packages. It crashes whenever I try to open those packages and render. Are there any limitations on how many boxes can be opened in qgis?

If there is o limitation, can anyone please suggest how I can handle all of those layers of geo-packages and use them for my project?

I am sharing my PC configuration: i5, 12GB RAM, 250GB SSD and 2 GB MX110 GFX.

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    You have only one layer per geopackage?
    – katagena
    May 5, 2022 at 22:27
  • No. Too many of them. I just made a group of at lest 600 geo-packeges! All of them are line (network) between point to point.
    – Avijit
    May 6, 2022 at 4:56
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    I would clarify the terminology. One .gpkg file is a GeoPackage. One GeoPackage can have several spatial tables which appear as layers when they are opened with QGIS. You case seem to be that you have a GeoPackage file with more that 600 tables and QGIS cannot render your data if you open all 600 tables as layers into your QGIS project. Is this right?
    – user30184
    May 6, 2022 at 6:24
  • @user30184 Maybe I messed up something. Will you please look at this screenshot and let me know what I am doing wrong?
    – Avijit
    May 6, 2022 at 6:29
  • Just to clarify, it's about 1200*, not 600
    – Avijit
    May 6, 2022 at 10:31

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Your screenshot just show that you have a lot of gpkg. As I understand, you have only one layer per gpkg. As a start point, I suggest you to have one gpkg with multiple layers!

  • Thank you I will try to do that.
    – Avijit
    May 7, 2022 at 14:20

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