@smcintosh-icf you're using docker, right? never wired the container with an external db. In any case I think as django might has set the db service as a dependency in docker-compose you would have to start it. I would suggest starting with small steps. First of all I would test if all works fine with your connection and the used docker network. Unsure if the django container has postgres-client installed if not you could test with something like:
docker exec -it django4your_geonode bash apt-get update apt-get install -y postgresql-client psql --host=postgres.cb9sgrxx87k8.us-east-1.rds.amazonaws.com --port=5432 --username=geonode -c "SELECT 'Connection works;'"
After that continue do update your env. file
@iamtekson It is strongly advised to preprocess the raster files! First test jpeg compression and YCbCr color model on a subset of your data. Keep in mind that you might have to handle 1 and 2 band next to raster images with an alpha channel as well. This should help you getting started: https://geoserver.geo-solutions.it/edu/en/raster_data/processing.html
Besides of lowering your image sizes and f.e. block sizes you should think about future data migration, backups etc. Last but not least do not forget. sync_permissions (geonode <> geoserver) is a slow process 2300 layers took around 4 hours yesterday for me. So be prepared 40k will take some time!
Hi all, I tried to run docker-compose but it shows this error
Unable to locate package postgresql-client #1537
geoserver.logfile, it shows following error,