I can now process post-March’18 data, but I now get a whole lot of “errors” when processing with GPT:
getGeoPos: Maximum number of iterations reached for pixel (26684.0, 0.0)
getGeoPos: Maximum number of iterations reached for pixel (26704.0, 0.0)
getGeoPos: Maximum number of iterations reached for pixel (26724.0, 0.0)
x = 26144.0, y = 20.0, lat = -33.56962942107605, lon = 146.9941624206096, iter = 1, x’ = 26144.656455993652, y’ = 19.995193234967033
x = 26164.0, y = 20.0, lat = -33.56909570334282, lon = 146.99204892309245, iter = 1, x’ = 26164.626922607422, y’ = 19.994609368615418
x = 26184.0, y = 20.0, lat = -33.56857201643739, lon = 146.9899748135287, iter = 1, x’ = 26184.444358825684, y’ = 19.99455628985618
The processing generates literally millions of such lines (all with the same kind of content as above), which is a problem as I am processing the SAR scenes on high-performance computing facilities. This means that the console outputs from GPT get logged to a file for inspection after processing, and generates gigabytes of log data to the file system for each processed scene.
There does not appear to be anything wrong with the processing otherwise, and the SAR data seems to be processed and written to file correctly. The above messages are not giving me any hint either as to where the problem might be.
Can anyone comment on where this issue might come from? And how to fix it?
Thanks in advance for your help!