sen2cor docker

Hi,

Is there anyone who has tried to build a Docker image for sen2cor?
I want to build a docker-image for sen2cor. This becomes easy to port it to other machines.
I have tried and I am getting errors.

I have created docker for sen2cor. It is building successfully when testing I get the message;

usage: L2A_Process [-h] [--resolution {10,20,60}] [--sc_only] [--profile] directory

Sentinel-2 Level 2A Prototype Processor (Sen2Cor). Version: 2.0.6, created:
2015.12.02, supporting Level-1C product version: 13.

positional arguments:
directory             Directory where the Level-1C input files are located

optional arguments:
-h, --help            show this help message and exit
--resolution {10,20,60}
                    Target resolution, must be 10, 20 or 60 [m]
--sc_only             Performs only the scene classification at 60m
                    resolution
 --profile             Profiles the processor's performance

However, when running I get the message below:

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/opt/conda/bin/L2A_Process", line 9, in 
load_entry_point('sen2cor==2.0.6', 'console_scripts', 'L2A_Process')()
File "/opt/conda/lib/python2.7/site-packages/sen2cor-2.0.6-py2.7.egg/sen2cor/L2A_Process.py",   line 237, in main
processor = L2A_Process(directory)
File "/opt/conda/lib/python2.7/site-packages/sen2cor-2.0.6-py2.7.egg/sen2cor/L2A_Process.py",  line 21, in init
self.config = L2AConfig(workdir)
File "/opt/conda/lib/python2.7/site-packages/sen2cor-2.0.6-py2.7.egg/sen2cor/L2A_Config.py", line 50, in init
with open(self._processingEstimationFn, 'a') as configFile:
IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/sen2cor/cfg/.estimation'
done

Does anyone know what I could be missing in my Dockerfile or docker-compose file?

Thanks

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Hi lvhengani, from the error output it is difficult to debug the issue, could you post your Dockerfile and the command used to run the container, so I can do some further investigation.

Maybe useful is a repository on GitHub I setup to share efforts developing ‘community maintained SNAP Docker containers’; feel free to browse, borrow and/or contribute. So far I did not get Sen2Cor setup, but considering the dependencies/complexities of getting it working this is an ideal candidate. GitHub - edwardpmorris/docker-snap: A Docker container including ESA-STEP Sentinel Application Platform (SNAP, http://step.esa.int/main/toolboxes/snap/) and Sentinel toolboxes jointly developed by Brockmann Consult, Array Systems Computing and C-S.

Also, included is a post about ‘headless’ installation in Unix (for setting up Docker containers).

regards Ed.

Hi Edward,

I have created the docker and its working but I still have some issues.
1 It only works on the entire scene, I am looking for a solution that
can work on a granule,
2 Somehow it is unable to process my given resolution. For instance
if I choose resolution of 10 meters (L2A_Process --resolution 10
–profile /path/to/sentinel2_data/csene), it will process all
resolutions (60,20 and 10),
3 Also the processing does not complete, it will only process certain
granules in a scene and fail.

I will create the a github repository and share the dockerfile and
corresponding files with you and I will also appreciate any inputs.

Kind regards,
Lufuno Vhengani

“Edward P. Morris” forum@step-email.net 25/04/16 11:21 AM >>>

                              edwardpmorris               
           April 25                                                 
    Hi lvhengani, from the error output it is difficult to debug the

issue, could you post your Dockerfile and the command used to run the
container, so I can do some further investigation.
Maybe useful is a repository on GitHub I setup to share efforts
developing ‘community maintained SNAP Docker containers’; feel free to
browse, borrow and/or contribute. So far I did not get Sen2Cor setup,
but considering the dependencies/complexities of getting it working this
is an ideal candidate. GitHub - edwardpmorris/docker-snap: A Docker container including ESA-STEP Sentinel Application Platform (SNAP, http://step.esa.int/main/toolboxes/snap/) and Sentinel toolboxes jointly developed by Brockmann Consult, Array Systems Computing and C-S.
Also, included is a post about ‘headless’ installation in Unix (for
setting up Docker containers).

      Enhancement: Non-interactive installation of

esa-snap_sentinel_unix_2_0_2.sh snap
What I want to do: I am setting up a number of Docker containers so
as to have an isolated processing environment for testing different snap
versions and configurations, as well as deploy on cloud instances and
develop work-flows in isolated environments with partners. At present,
these are headless containers which use the command-line program gpt.
Problem: esa-snap_sentinel_unix_2_0_2.sh is interactive and the
mechanism for passing installation options is either not available or
not document…

regards Ed.
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Hi Edward,

I have loaded the sen2cor docker at
GitHub - lvhengani/sen2cor_docker: A docker for sen2cor..
The instructions are in the README file and you are welcome to edit the
dockerfile or the docker-compose file.
Your inputs and comments are welcome, I am still new to using docker.

Many thanks,
Lufuno Vhengani.


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“Edward P. Morris” forum@step-email.net 25/04/16 11:21 AM >>>

                              edwardpmorris               
           April 25                                                 
    Hi lvhengani, from the error output it is difficult to debug the

issue, could you post your Dockerfile and the command used to run the
container, so I can do some further investigation.
Maybe useful is a repository on GitHub I setup to share efforts
developing ‘community maintained SNAP Docker containers’; feel free to
browse, borrow and/or contribute. So far I did not get Sen2Cor setup,
but considering the dependencies/complexities of getting it working this
is an ideal candidate. GitHub - edwardpmorris/docker-snap: A Docker container including ESA-STEP Sentinel Application Platform (SNAP, http://step.esa.int/main/toolboxes/snap/) and Sentinel toolboxes jointly developed by Brockmann Consult, Array Systems Computing and C-S.
Also, included is a post about ‘headless’ installation in Unix (for
setting up Docker containers).

      Enhancement: Non-interactive installation of

esa-snap_sentinel_unix_2_0_2.sh snap
What I want to do: I am setting up a number of Docker containers so
as to have an isolated processing environment for testing different snap
versions and configurations, as well as deploy on cloud instances and
develop work-flows in isolated environments with partners. At present,
these are headless containers which use the command-line program gpt.
Problem: esa-snap_sentinel_unix_2_0_2.sh is interactive and the
mechanism for passing installation options is either not available or
not document…

regards Ed.
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For point 1:
1 It only works on the entire scene, I am looking for a solution that
can work on a granule

I did something like that on https://github.com/ec-ecopotential/dcs-sen2cor
I’m not sure how “exportable” it is since it relies on queries to a catalogue that contains S2 products and tiles. Nevertheless it shows an approach.

Cheers!

@lvhengani and @fabricebrito great examples! Thanks for sharing.

Will do some testing and report back.

Hi Edward,

My docker file is at https://github.com/lvhengani/sen2cor_docker.
Its building and running but there are following issues:
1 its failing to choose the desired resolution
2 It fails after processing a few granules, in other words, it does not finish the process.

Please also test mine.

curious way to define “running successfully”…