[GRASS GIS] #3859: r.out.gdal: Do not fail with big tiffs if user does not provide BIGTIFF=YES creatopt

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[GRASS GIS] #3859: r.out.gdal: Do not fail with big tiffs if user does not provide BIGTIFF=YES creatopt

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#3859: r.out.gdal: Do not fail with big tiffs if user does not provide BIGTIFF=YES
creatopt
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 Reporter:  sbl          |      Owner:  grass-dev@…
     Type:  enhancement  |     Status:  new
 Priority:  normal       |  Milestone:  7.8.0
Component:  Raster       |    Version:  svn-trunk
 Keywords:  r.out.gdal   |        CPU:  All
 Platform:  All          |
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 In r.out.gdal I get Error 1 Maximum TIFF file size exceeded. Use
 BIGTIFF=YES.
 Would be great if GRASS could use BIGTIFF=IF_NEEDED/IF_SAFER by default
 when exporting GeoTiff or if it could compute the required creation option
 from region size, number of bands and data type...

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Re: [GRASS GIS] #3859: r.out.gdal: Do not fail with big tiffs if user does not provide BIGTIFF=YES creatopt

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#3859: r.out.gdal: Do not fail with big tiffs if user does not provide BIGTIFF=YES
creatopt
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  Reporter:  sbl          |      Owner:  grass-dev@…
      Type:  enhancement  |     Status:  new
  Priority:  normal       |  Milestone:  7.8.0
 Component:  Raster       |    Version:  svn-trunk
Resolution:               |   Keywords:  r.out.gdal
       CPU:  All          |   Platform:  All
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Comment (by mmetz):

 Replying to [ticket:3859 sbl]:
 > In r.out.gdal I get Error 1 Maximum TIFF file size exceeded. Use
 BIGTIFF=YES.
 > Would be great if GRASS could use BIGTIFF=IF_NEEDED/IF_SAFER by default
 when exporting GeoTiff or if it could compute the required creation option
 from region size, number of bands and data type...

 The idea of using GDAL/OGR is that the code does not need to bother about
 format-specific options. By now GRASS code does take care of some special
 formats to prevent errors and/or to follow GDAL instructions, but for code
 maintenance I would like to keep this to a minimum.

 There is a reason (on the GDAL side) why BIGTIFF=YES is not the default:
 not all (Geo)Tiff drivers support BIGTIFF.

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Re: [GRASS GIS] #3859: r.out.gdal: Add notes about bigtiff and example with BIGTIFF=YES (or similar) to manual (was: r.out.gdal: Do not fail with big tiffs if user does not provide BIGTIFF=YES creatopt)

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#3859: r.out.gdal: Add notes about bigtiff and example with BIGTIFF=YES (or
similar) to manual
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  Reporter:  sbl          |      Owner:  grass-dev@…
      Type:  enhancement  |     Status:  new
  Priority:  normal       |  Milestone:  7.8.0
 Component:  Docs         |    Version:  svn-trunk
Resolution:               |   Keywords:  r.out.gdal
       CPU:  All          |   Platform:  All
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Changes (by sbl):

 * component:  Raster => Docs


Comment:

 Thanks for the swift feedback! Point taken.
 Changed into a documentation ticket (that I could fix myself).

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