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ArcGIS Server 10.8.1 Image Service Patch

Summary

If you are using ArcGIS Server 10.8.1 to serve multidimensional data with image service, WCS, or WMS, this patch resolves some problems including pixel values querying issues, WCS compliance issues, and WMS performance issues.

Description

Esri® announces the ArcGIS Server 10.8.1 Image Service Patch. If you are using ArcGIS Server 10.8.1 to serve multidimensional data with image service, WCS, or WMS, this patch resolves some problems including pixel values querying issues, WCS compliance issues, and WMS performance issues. With this patch, multidimensional raster (CRF format) based image service will supports get pixel values for selected time slices through getSamples request. It will also resolve some image server WCS/WMS compliance and performance issues with multidimensional data. This patch deals specifically with the issues listed below under Issues Addressed with this patch.


Issues Addressed with this patch


  • BUG-000134908 - ClassifyObjects GeoProcessing service tool does not utilize GPU
  • BUG-000134907 - WCS getCoverage request doesn't recognize new coverage names being converted from noncompliant coverage names
  • BUG-000134904 - Creating CRF will fail if Raster Analysis server cluster have multiple server nodes
  • BUG-000134901 - Some NDFD Grid data will have noncompliant coverage names when shared as WCS through ArcGIS Server
  • BUG-000134900 - Multidimensional data based WMS shouldn't pre-generate legend for each layer in getCapabilities request
  • BUG-000134867 - Issues for getSamples operation on multidimensional CRF based images service

Installing this patch on Windows


Installation Steps:


This patch should be installed on all ArcGIS Server installations related to the ArcGIS Server site.

The ArcGIS product listed in the table must be installed on your system before you can install a patch. Each patch setup is specific to the ArcGIS product in the list. To determine which products are installed on your system, please see the How to identify which ArcGIS products are installed section. Esri recommends that you install the patch for each product that is on your system.

  1. Download the appropriate file to a location other than your ArcGIS installation location.

  2. ArcGIS 10.8.1   Checksum (Md5)
         
        ArcGIS Server ArcGIS-1081-S-IS-Patch.msp EA6D8534668B7E027481CA5421C5194D
         

  3. Make sure you have write access to your ArcGIS installation location.

  4. Double-click ArcGIS-1081-S-IS-Patch.msp to start the setup process.

    NOTE: If double clicking on the MSP file does not start the setup installation, you can start the setup installation manually by using the following command:

    msiexec.exe /p [location of Patch]\ArcGIS-1081-S-IS-Patch.msp


Installing this patch on Linux


Installation Steps:


Complete the following install steps as the ArcGIS Install owner. The Install owner is the owner of the arcgis folder. This patch should be installed on all ArcGIS Server installations related to the ArcGIS Server site.

The ArcGIS product listed in the table must be installed on your system before you can install a patch. Each patch setup is specific to the ArcGIS product in the list. To determine which products are installed on your system, please see the How to identify which ArcGIS products are installed section. Esri recommends that you install the patch for each product that is on your system.

  1. Download the appropriate file to a location other than your ArcGIS installation location.


    ArcGIS 10.8.1   Checksum (Md5)
         
        ArcGIS Server ArcGIS-1081-S-IS-Patch-linux.tar 2B4444B1EA6C5AE583160D9FB948C6A5
         

  2. Make sure you have write access to your ArcGIS installation location, and that no one is using ArcGIS.

  3. Extract the specified tar file by typing:

    % tar -xvf ArcGIS-1081-S-IS-Patch-linux.tar

  4. Start the installation by typing:

    % ./applypatch

    This will start the dialog for the menu-driven installation procedure. Default selections are noted in parentheses ( ). To quit the installation procedure, type 'q' at any time.

Uninstalling this patch on Windows


To uninstall this patch on Windows, open the Windows Control Panel and navigate to installed programs. Make sure that "View installed updates" (upper left side of the Programs and Features dialog) is active. Select the patch name from the programs list and click Uninstall to remove the patch.

Uninstalling this patch on Linux


Uninstalling on Linux is only available on version 10.5.1 or higher. These instructions are specific to 10.7 and higher. To remove this patch, navigate to the <Product Installation Directory>/.Setup/qfe folder and run the following script as the ArcGIS Install owner:


./removepatch.sh

The removepatch.sh script allows you to uninstall previously installed patches or hot fixes. Use the -s status flag to get the list of installed patches or hot fixes ordered by date. Use the -q flag to remove patches or hot fixes in reverse chronological order by date they were installed. Type removepatch -h for usage help.

Patch Updates

Check the Patches and Service Packs page periodically for the availability of additional patches. New information about this patch will be posted here.

November 24, 2021 The windows setup(s) of this patch have been updated with new digital signatures. This change addresses the possible install error:

A required certificate is not within its validity period when verifying against the current system clock or the timestamp in the signed file.

How to identify which ArcGIS products are installed

To determine which ArcGIS products are installed, choose the appropriate version of the PatchFinder utility for your environment and run it from your local machine. PatchFinder will list all products, hot fixes, and patches installed on your local machine.

Getting Help

Domestic sites, please contact Esri Technical Support at 1-888-377-4575, if you have any difficulty installing this patch. International sites, please contact your local Esri software distributor.