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mapproxy-util(1) mapproxy-util(1)

NAME

mapproxy-util - commandline tool for MapProxy

SYNOPSIS


mapproxy-util
subcommand [OPTIONS]

DESCRIPTION

mapproxy-util provides sub-commands that are helpful when working with MapProxy.

To get a list of all sub-commands call:


mapproxy-util
      

To call a sub-command:


mapproxy-util subcommand
      

Each sub-command provides additional information:


mapproxy-util subcommand --help
      

The current sub-commands are:

create
serve-develop
serve-multiapp-develop
scales
wms-capabilities
grids
export
autoconfig (see mapproxy-util-autoconfig(1))

CREATE

This sub-command creates example configurations for you. There are templates for each configuration file.
-l, --list-templates
List names of all available configuration templates.
-t name, --template name
Create a configuration with the named template.
-f mapproxy.yaml, --mapproxy-conf mapproxy.yaml
The path to the MapProxy configuration. Required for some templates.
--force
Overwrite any existing configuration with the same output filename.

CONFIGURATION TEMPLATES

Available templates are:
base-config:
Creates an example mapproxy.yaml and seed.yaml file. You need to pass the destination directory to the command.
log-ini:
Creates an example logging configuration. You need to pass the target filename to the command.
wsgi-app:
Creates an example server script for the given MapProxy configuration (--f/--mapproxy-conf). You need to pass the target filename to the command.

EXAMPLE


mapproxy-util create -t base-config ./
      

SERVE-DEVELOP

This sub-command starts a MapProxy instance of your configuration as a stand-alone server.

You need to pass the MapProxy configuration as an argument. The server will automatically reload if you change the configuration or any of the MapProxy source code.

-b address, --bind address
The server address where the HTTP server should listen for incoming connections. Can be a port (:8080), a host (localhost) or both (localhost:8081). The default is localhost:8080. You need to use 0.0.0.0 to be able to connect to the server from external clients.

EXAMPLE


mapproxy-util serve-develop ./mapproxy.yaml
      

SERVE-MULTIAPP-DEVELOP

This sub-command is similar to serve-develop but it starts a MultiMapProxy instance.

You need to pass a directory of your MapProxy configurations as an argument. The server will automatically reload if you change any configuration or any of the MapProxy source code.

-b address, --bind address
The server address where the HTTP server should listen for incoming connections. Can be a port (:8080), a host (localhost) or both (localhost:8081). The default is localhost:8080. You need to use 0.0.0.0 to be able to connect to the server from external clients.

EXAMPLE


mapproxy-util serve-multiapp-develop my_projects/        
      

SCALES

This sub-command helps to convert between scales and resolutions.

Scales are ambiguous when the resolution of the output device (LCD, printer, mobile, etc) is unknown and therefore MapProxy only uses resolutions for configuration. You can use the scales sub-command to calculate between known scale values and resolutions.

The command takes a list with one or more scale values and returns the corresponding resolution value.

--unit <m|d>
Return resolutions in this unit per pixel (default meter per pixel).
-l n, --levels n
Calculate resolutions for n levels. This will double the resolution of the last scale value if n is larger than the number of the provided scales.
-d dpi, --dpi dpi
The resolution of the output display to use for the calculation. You need to set this to the same value of the client/server software you are using. Common values are 72 and 96. The default value is the equivalent of a pixel size of .28mm, which is around 91 DPI. This is the value the OGC uses since the WMS 1.3.0 specification.
--as-res-config
Format the output so that it can be pasted into a MapProxy grid configuration.
--res-to-scale
Calculate from resolutions to scale.

EXAMPLE

For multiple levels as MapProxy configuration snippet:


mapproxy-util scales -l 4 --as-res-config 100000
        


res: [
     #  res            level        scale
       28.0000000000, #  0      100000.00000000
       14.0000000000, #  1       50000.00000000
        7.0000000000, #  2       25000.00000000
        3.5000000000, #  3       12500.00000000
]
        

With multiple scale values and custom DPI:


mapproxy-util scales --dpi 96 --as-res-config \
    100000 50000 25000 10000
        


res: [
     #  res            level        scale
       26.4583333333, #  0      100000.00000000
       13.2291666667, #  1       50000.00000000
        6.6145833333, #  2       25000.00000000
        2.6458333333, #  3       10000.00000000
]
        

WMS-CAPABILITIES

This sub-command parses a valid capabilities document from a URL and displays all available layers.

This tool does not create a MapProxy configuration, but the output should help you to set up or modify your MapProxy configuration.

The command takes a valid URL GetCapabilities URL.

--host URL
Display all available Layers for this service. Each new layer will be marked with a hyphen and all sublayers are indented.
--version versionnumber
Parse the Capabilities-document for the given version. Only version 1.1.1 and 1.3.0 are supported. The default value is 1.1.1.

EXAMPLE

With the following MapProxy layer configuration:


layers:
  - name: osm
    title: Omniscale OSM WMS - osm.omniscale.net
    sources: [osm_cache]
  - name: foo
    title: Group Layer
    layers:
      - name: layer1a
        title: Title of Layer 1a
        sources: [osm_cache]
      - name: layer1b
        title: Title of Layer 1b
        sources: [osm_cache]
      

Parsed capabilities document:


mapproxy-util wms-capabilities http://127.0.0.1:8080/service?REQUEST=GetCapabilities
      


Capabilities Document Version 1.1.1
Root-Layer:
  - title: MapProxy WMS Proxy
    url: http://127.0.0.1:8080/service?
    opaque: False
    srs: ['EPSG:31467', 'EPSG:31466', 'EPSG:4326', 'EPSG:25831', 'EPSG:25833',
          'EPSG:25832', 'EPSG:31468', 'EPSG:900913', 'CRS:84', 'EPSG:4258']
    bbox:
        EPSG:900913: [-20037508.3428, -20037508.3428, 20037508.3428, 20037508.3428]
        EPSG:4326: [-180.0, -85.0511287798, 180.0, 85.0511287798]
    queryable: False
    llbbox: [-180.0, -85.0511287798, 180.0, 85.0511287798]
    layers:
      - name: osm
        title: Omniscale OSM WMS - osm.omniscale.net
        url: http://127.0.0.1:8080/service?
        opaque: False
        srs: ['EPSG:31467', 'EPSG:31466', 'EPSG:25832', 'EPSG:25831', 'EPSG:25833',
              'EPSG:4326', 'EPSG:31468', 'EPSG:900913', 'CRS:84', 'EPSG:4258']
        bbox:
            EPSG:900913: [-20037508.3428, -20037508.3428, 20037508.3428, 20037508.3428]
            EPSG:4326: [-180.0, -85.0511287798, 180.0, 85.0511287798]
        queryable: False
        llbbox: [-180.0, -85.0511287798, 180.0, 85.0511287798]
      - name: foobar
        title: Group Layer
        url: http://127.0.0.1:8080/service?
        opaque: False
        srs: ['EPSG:31467', 'EPSG:31466', 'EPSG:25832', 'EPSG:25831', 'EPSG:25833',
              'EPSG:4326', 'EPSG:31468', 'EPSG:900913', 'CRS:84', 'EPSG:4258']
        bbox:
            EPSG:900913: [-20037508.3428, -20037508.3428, 20037508.3428, 20037508.3428]
            EPSG:4326: [-180.0, -85.0511287798, 180.0, 85.0511287798]
        queryable: False
        llbbox: [-180.0, -85.0511287798, 180.0, 85.0511287798]
        layers:
          - name: layer1a
            title: Title of Layer 1a
            url: http://127.0.0.1:8080/service?
            opaque: False
            srs: ['EPSG:31467', 'EPSG:31466', 'EPSG:25832', 'EPSG:25831', 'EPSG:25833',
                  'EPSG:4326', 'EPSG:31468', 'EPSG:900913', 'CRS:84', 'EPSG:4258']
            bbox:
                EPSG:900913: [-20037508.3428, -20037508.3428, 20037508.3428, 20037508.3428]
                EPSG:4326: [-180.0, -85.0511287798, 180.0, 85.0511287798]
            queryable: False
            llbbox: [-180.0, -85.0511287798, 180.0, 85.0511287798]
          - name: layer1b
            title: Title of Layer 1b
            url: http://127.0.0.1:8080/service?
            opaque: False
            srs: ['EPSG:31467', 'EPSG:31466', 'EPSG:25832', 'EPSG:25831', 'EPSG:25833',
                  'EPSG:4326', 'EPSG:31468', 'EPSG:900913', 'CRS:84', 'EPSG:4258']
            bbox:
                EPSG:900913: [-20037508.3428, -20037508.3428, 20037508.3428, 20037508.3428]
                EPSG:4326: [-180.0, -85.0511287798, 180.0, 85.0511287798]
            queryable: False
            llbbox: [-180.0, -85.0511287798, 180.0, 85.0511287798]
      

GRIDS

This sub-command displays information about configured grids.

The command takes a MapProxy configuration file and returns all configured grids.

Furthermore, default values for each grid will be displayed if they are not defined explicitly. All default values are marked with an asterisk in the output.

-f path/to/config, --mapproxy-config path/to/config
Display all configured grids for this MapProxy configuration with detailed information. If this option is not set, the sub-command will try to use the last argument as the mapproxy config.
-l, --list
Display only the names of the grids for the given configuration, which are used by any grid.
--all
Show also grids that are not referenced by any cache.
-g grid_name, --grid grid_name
Display information only for a single grid. The tool will exit, if the grid name is not found.
-c coverage name, --coverage coverage name
Display an approximation of the number of tiles for each level that are within this coverage. The coverage must be defined in Seed configuration.
-s seed.yaml, --seed-conf seed.yaml
This option loads the seed configuration and is needed if you use the --coverage option.

EXAMPLE

With the following MapProxy grid configuration:


grids:
  localgrid:
    srs: EPSG:31467
    bbox: [5,50,10,55]
    bbox_srs: EPSG:4326
    min_res: 10000
  localgrid2:
    base: localgrid
    srs: EPSG:25832
    res_factor: sqrt2
    tile_size: [512, 512]
      

List all configured grids:


mapproxy-util grids --list --mapproxy-config /path/to/mapproxy.yaml
      


GLOBAL_GEODETIC
GLOBAL_MERCATOR
localgrid
localgrid2
      

Display detailed information for one specific grid:


mapproxy-util grids --grid localgrid --mapproxy-conf /path/to/mapproxy.yaml
      


localgrid:
    Configuration:
        bbox: [5, 50, 10, 55]
        bbox_srs: 'EPSG:4326'
        min_res: 10000
        origin*: 'sw'
        srs: 'EPSG:31467'
        tile_size*: [256, 256]
    Levels: Resolutions, # x * y = total tiles
        00:  10000,             #      1 * 1      =        1
        01:  5000.0,            #      1 * 1      =        1
        02:  2500.0,            #      1 * 1      =        1
        03:  1250.0,            #      2 * 2      =        4
        04:  625.0,             #      3 * 4      =       12
        05:  312.5,             #      5 * 8      =       40
        06:  156.25,            #      9 * 15     =      135
        07:  78.125,            #     18 * 29     =      522
        08:  39.0625,           #     36 * 57     =   2.052K
        09:  19.53125,          #     72 * 113    =   8.136K
        10:  9.765625,          #    144 * 226    =  32.544K
        11:  4.8828125,         #    287 * 451    = 129.437K
        12:  2.44140625,        #    574 * 902    = 517.748K
        13:  1.220703125,       #   1148 * 1804   =   2.071M
        14:  0.6103515625,      #   2295 * 3607   =   8.278M
        15:  0.30517578125,     #   4589 * 7213   =  33.100M
        16:  0.152587890625,    #   9178 * 14426  = 132.402M
        17:  0.0762939453125,   #  18355 * 28851  = 529.560M
        18:  0.03814697265625,  #  36709 * 57701  =   2.118G
        19:  0.019073486328125, #  73417 * 115402 =   8.472G
      

EXPORT

This sub-command exports tiles from one cache to another. This is similar to the seed tool, but you don't need to edit the configuration. The destination cache, grid and the coverage can be defined on the command line.

Required arguments:

-f path, --mapproxy-conf path
The path to the MapProxy configuration of the source cache.
--source name
Name of the source or cache to export.
--levels list
Comma separated list of levels to export. You can also define a range of levels. For example '1,2,3,4,5', '1..10' or '1,3,4,6..8'.
--grid grid
The tile grid for the export. The option can either be the name of the grid as defined in the in the MapProxy configuration, or it can be the grid definition itself. You can define a grid as a single string of the key-value pairs. The grid definition supports all grid parameters. See below for examples.
--dest destination
Destination of the export. Can be a filename, directory or URL, depending on the export --type.
--type type
Choose the export type. See below for a list of all options.

Other options:

--fetch-missing-tiles
If MapProxy should request missing tiles from the source. By default, the export tool will only existing tiles.
--coverage coverage, --srs srs, --where where
Limit the export to this coverage. You can use a BBOX, WKT files or OGR datasources.
-c N, --concurrency N
The number of concurrent export processes.

EXPORT TYPES

tms:
Export tiles in a TMS like directory structure.
mapproxy, tc
Export tiles like the internal cache directory structure. This is compatible with TileCache.
mbtile
Exports tiles into a MBTile file.
arcgis
Exports tiles in a ArcGIS exploded cache directory structure.

EXAMPLE

Export tiles into a TMS directory structure under ./cache/. Limit export to the BBOX and levels 0 to 6.


mapproxy-util export -f mapproxy.yaml --grid osm_grid \
    --source osm_cache --dest ./cache/ \
    --levels 1..6 --coverage 5,50,10,60 --srs 4326
      

Export tiles into an MBTiles file. Limit export to a shape coverage.


mapproxy-util export -f mapproxy.yaml --grid osm_grid \
    --source osm_cache --dest osm.mbtiles --type mbtile \
    --levels 1..6 --coverage boundaries.shp \
    --where 'CNTRY_NAME = "Germany"' --srs 3857
      

Export tiles into an MBTiles file using a custom grid definition.


mapproxy-util export -f mapproxy.yaml --levels 1..6 \
    --grid "srs='EPSG:4326' bbox=[5,50,10,60] tile_size=[512,512]" \
    --source osm_cache --dest osm.mbtiles --type mbtile
      
30 August 2019