a week ago
I am trying to import Landsat 8 USGS. Tar.Gz files in batch., but after clicking “Run Now”
It doesn’t run, remains ideal for ever, sometimes works on some files and fails to run on other added files in batch.
I tried importing both a single and multiple.tar.gz files, it is same. Below is the Snap Shots:
However, while trying to regenerate the problem for this post, this time I found some files are properly imported, but some got stucked for ever.
I tried importing the files one by one manually which were not imported in the above batch process, I encountered the below problem:
When I checked the temp directory I found the below .tar file
When I examined the .tar file found the below files in it:
That means all the bands and files are not being extracted from the original.tr.gz files
Any solution to the above problem will be highly appreciated.
I could successfully import Landsat 8 imagery, but I have only three datasets available.
It is not clear to me which settings you are choosing for "Variables". I used "One Input, one or more outputs".
My saved bcf-file has the following syntax:
/* ** IMAGINE Version 16.5 Batch Commands File */ variable Input1 User; variable Output1 Auto "d:/workshop_batch/$(Input1.root)_msi.img" Delete_Before; variable Output2 Auto "d:/workshop_batch/$(Input1.root)_tir.img" Delete_Before; variable Output3 Auto "d:/workshop_batch/$(Input1.root)_pan.img" Delete_Before; variable Output4 Auto "d:/workshop_batch/$(Input1.root)_msitir.img" Delete_Before; variable Output5 Auto "d:/workshop_batch/$(Input1.root)_qa.img" Delete_Before; variable Output6 Auto "d:/workshop_batch/$(Input1.root)_cirrus.img" Delete_Before; importusgsl7 -inputfilename '$(Input1)' -tardir e:/temp/ -temptardir -msioutputfilename '$(Output1)' -msigm -tiroutputfilename '$(Output2)' -tirgm -panoutputfilename '$(Output3)' -pangm -msitiroutputfilename '$(Output4)' -msitirgm -qaoutputfilename '$(Output5)' -cirrusoutputfilename '$(Output6)'
Maybe your temp folder should point to another folder? I chose E:/Temp for instance.
Thanks, I used "One Input, one or more outputs" but I tried all, in the attachement herewith, I exhibited all settings and error messages.
Mean time I was investigating myself, that the .tar.gz file which were not imported doesn't contain all 11 bands and MTL file, which I indicated in the attached exhibit.
Some .tar.gz has 7 bands, some 8, some 9 and some 10 bands. which I checked in the Temp directory and also with WinRar program. But even though all bands are no there, It has atleaset 7 bands, so I expect the BATCH to import Multispectral Data (MSI).
Is thre some possibilites that the Import / Batch process has bug, that it couldn't process those .tar.gz which doesn't has all 11 bands or metadeta file ?
I made another test using Landsat 7 which has 9 bands.
The dialogue is not offering QA and Cirrus data as output, which is clear. If you try to import mixed Landsat Sensors within one batch I would recommend to uncheck both options.
The second problem I found is that as soon as I change variables to "One input, one or more outputs", Variables are set to input instead of output.
/* ** IMAGINE Version 16.5 Batch Commands File */ variable Input1 User; variable Input2 User; variable Input3 User; variable Input4 User; variable Output1 Auto "e:/test_batch/$(Input1.root)_le71920262001238edc00-msitir.img" Delete_Before; importusgsl7 -inputfilename '$(Input1)' -tardir e:/temp/ -temptardir -msioutputfilename '$(Input2)' -msigm -tiroutputfilename '$(Input3)' -tirgm -panoutputfilename '$(Input4)' -pangm -msitiroutputfilename '$(Output1)' -msitirgm
I suppose this is wrong behaviour but might be avoided if you choose a Landsat 8 image for the batch setup. But I am not sure.