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I'd say an average developer attends perhaps 3 meetings a week. * Google has a philosophy of not ever telling developers what to work on, and they take it pretty seriously. I've broken my new MacBook Pro (with touchbar) like this, do I have to repair it? I will post back with a similar example that causes PostGIS to > throw the '-38' error. comment:3 Changed 3 years ago by jratike80 Perhaps this can be closed as invalid if the reason for the trouble was in a wrong path of the datum shift file. this contact form

Grashof number as a ratio of buoyant and viscous forces Detect ASCII-art windows made of M and S characters Personal taxes for Shopify / Paypal shop? I believe the grid shift files are slightly different, even though I thought I had installed the same versions. This could possibly be the same problem we ran across in #387 that the proj4text is simply different, or possibly I'm using an out of date set of datum shift files. Not the answer you're looking for?

Visit the Trac open source project athttp://trac.edgewall.org/ PostGIS › PostGIS - User Search everywhere only in this topic Advanced Search NAD conversion problem Classic List Threaded ♦ ♦ Locked 36 messages So I am puzzled and worried that next time I may face the same problem again. Is it possible > >>> that you are using Windows grid shift files on a Linux system? > >>> > >>> You could also rule out issues related to the different

In the nad directory, you need to do: > ./configure > make > install > to create the binary grid shift files that proj actually uses. (Proj > asked 5 years ago viewed 2051 times active 4 years ago Related 3PostGIS 2.0 ST_Transform with Rasters cannot find custom SRID2Why does ST_Transform fail?3How to fix 'GEOSDifference: TopologyException'?0PostGis geometry name lookup A few rebus puzzles Can time travel make us rich through trading, and is this a problem? I have learned that the DebianGIS packagers are unwilling to distribute the grid shift component until there is a licensing statement available for the grid shift file .zip file.

The directory > >>>> /usr/local/share/proj on each of these systems is identical. > >>>> > >>>> I've tried recreating the database cluster, starting and stopping > >>>> the database instance, rebooting We're both running Linux. > > How do you know what the correct output is? > > Peter Hi Peter, It is always good to check on what you think software Removing the line feeds solved the problem for me. find more comment:12 follow-up: ↓ 13 Changed 7 years ago by mcayland Unfortunately, without a database dump of the relevant tables then it is impossible for me to re-create this here.

And adding it to the current source causes proj to correctly locate the conversion files. It turns out that proj4 does not like these and anything after the first line in the proj4text field is ignored, namely the important [email protected] which causes the error. Now that you mention it, I don't remember explicitly installing Proj4 myself. The example using cs2cs from its documentation > > worked the same on both systems, executed from the command line. > > > > I believe the grid shift files are

  1. Could you add a little explanation to your answer? –R.K.
  2. I have done this. >>>> I have also recompiled and reinstalled proj, GEOS, and PostGIS in that >>>> order, running ldconfig at the end of each step.
  3. It works finefor smaller areas, but on an envelope larger than continental US, Iget a "failed to load NAD27-83 correction file" error.
  4. With this system I get the error message > >>> > >>> WARNING: transform: -38 (failed to load NAD27-83 correction file) > >>> ERROR: transform: couldn't project point: -38 (failed to
  5. Thanks for following-up on this.
  6. Can you extract a small set of geometries that will re-create the bug into a separate table and then provide a pg_dump file that I can use for testing?
  7. Lets check PostGIS, compiled with Proj4 support: -- convert NAD27 -> NAD83 SELECT AsText( ST_Transform(SetSRID(ST_MakePoint(-121.000000,37.000000), 4267), 4269) ) ; astext
  8. If the package is OS-specific I would > expect to see more than one.
  9. They really do understand that you can't rush good cooking, you can't rush babies out, and you can't rush software development. _______________________________________________ grass-dev mailing list [hidden email] http://grass.itc.it/mailman/listinfo/grass-dev HamishB Reply |

comment:2 Changed 7 years ago by kyle This isn't a GDAL issue, it is proj. https://trac.osgeo.org/postgis/ticket/318 Frank, Thanks, I figured it was an escape hatch of sorts. Schweitzer <[hidden email]> wrote: > Richard Greenwood wrote: >> >> On Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 1:19 PM, Peter N. So I did: $ nad2bin

So I am puzzled and worried that next >> time I may face the same problem again. >> >> Peter > > The files in http://svn.osgeo.org/metacrs/proj/trunk/proj/nad/are > ASCII. weblink Schweitzer wrote: > Dylan Beaudette wrote: >> Looks close to the output from proj4 above. >> >> Thoughts? > > Dylan, > > Thanks for showing me how to check the One uses 8.3.3 with PostGIS 1.3.3, >>>> GEOS 3.0.1, and PROJ 4.6.1 (with proj-datumgrid-1.4). I of course respect their > position, but it impacts anyone depending on Proj as a shared library > - PostGIS, MapServer, etc.

Browse other questions tagged postgis proj.4 or ask your own question. This is because either (a) the NAD grid shift files are not > installed properly, or (b) you are requesting a conversion for an area > outside the valid(installed) grid shift Schweitzer > > <[hidden email]> wrote: > > Richard Greenwood wrote: > >> On Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 1:19 PM, Peter N. http://qaisoftware.com/failed-to/pdf-failed-to-load.html Output N in base -10 valgrind not showing invalid memory access with incorrectly used c_str() What is a non-vulgar synonym for this swear word meaning "an enormous amount"?

I of course respect their position, but it impacts anyone depending on Proj as a shared library - PostGIS, MapServer, etc. Schweitzer Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate ♦ ♦ Re: NAD conversion problem Richard Greenwood wrote: > On Thu, Dec yes checking for location of External PROJ.4 data files... /usr/share/proj checking for /usr/share/proj/epsg...

One uses 8.3.3 with PostGIS 1.3.3, GEOS 3.0.1, and PROJ 4.6.1 (with proj-datumgrid-1.4).

Dylan -- Dylan Beaudette Soil Resource Laboratory http://casoilresource.lawr.ucdavis.edu/University of California at Davis 530.754.7341 _______________________________________________ postgis-users mailing list [hidden email] http://postgis.refractions.net/mailman/listinfo/postgis-users Peter N. Can anyone else recreate this? In time >>> I hope >>> Debian and Ubuntu will include grid shift files (possibly as an >>> optional >>> package). > > Thanks for following-up on this. Generalization of winding number to higher dimensions What's the point of repeating an email address in "The Envelope" and the "The Header"?

Why do CDs and DVDs fill up from the centre outwards? I am still getting exact same error,though... Hamish _______________________________________________ grass-dev mailing list [hidden email] http://grass.itc.it/mailman/listinfo/grass-dev « Return to Grass - Dev | 1 view|%1 views Loading... his comment is here With this system I get the error message WARNING: transform: -38 (failed to load NAD27-83 correction file) ERROR: transform: couldn't project point: -38 (failed to load NAD27-83 correction file) I know

Peter -- Peter N. I imagine that quite a number of mailing list posts regarding datum shifts can be traced back to this very issue! Dylan, Thanks for showing me how to check the calculations. comment:10 in reply to: ↑ 9 Changed 7 years ago by arthurnederlof Replying to mcayland: Hi Arthur, If you look at the thread above, the issue is that so far only Paul

Mark, No problem, the probem is very consistent. And I'm not sure that the > > config-make-install of the proj program does the nad directory. > > > > Rich > > Many thanks to Rich and Dylan for select ST_AsGeoJSON( ST_TransForm(ST_setSRID(St_Box2D(ST_Transform(ST_SetSRID(ST_MakePoint(6.95,50.9333333),4326),900913))::box2d,900913),4326),6 ) hop this helps understanding what goes on, Arthur comment:18 Changed 7 years ago by pramsey Milestone changed from PostGIS 1.4.1 to PostGIS 1.4.2 comment:19 Changed 7 years The directory >>>> /usr/local/share/proj on each of these systems is identical. >>>> >>>> I've tried recreating the database cluster, starting and stopping >>>> the database instance, rebooting the machine, dropping and

I have also recompiled and reinstalled proj, GEOS, and PostGIS in that order, running ldconfig at the end of each step.