Classify Pixels Using Deep Learning failure

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01-18-2022 11:53 AM
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MartyRyan
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In ArcGIS Pro 2.9.1 and trying to run Classify Pixels tool on a Mosaic Dataset. Getting multiple failures with this message:

ERROR 999999: Something unexpected caused the tool to fail. Contact Esri Technical Support (http://esriurl.com/support) to Report a Bug, and refer to the error help for potential solutions or workarounds.
Unable to prepare input raster(s) for the python raster function.
Unable to open the specified raster. [raster]
Unable to extract and reorder raster bands. Invalid band index encountered. [requested band 3 at position 3]
Unable to prepare input raster(s) for the python raster function.
Unable to open the specified raster. [raster]
Unable to extract and reorder raster bands. Invalid band index encountered. [requested band 3 at position 3]
Unable to prepare input raster(s) for the python raster function.
Unable to open the specified raster. [raster]
Unable to extract and reorder raster bands. Invalid band index encountered. [requested band 3 at position 3]
Failed to execute (ClassifyPixelsUsingDeepLearning).

Is a MDS not a proper input for the Classify Pixels tool? Thanks

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DanPatterson
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Classify Pixels Using Deep Learning (Image Analyst)—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation

The input raster dataset to classify. The input can be a single raster or multiple rasters in a mosaic dataset, an image service, or a folder of images.

Which suggests that prior steps haven't been completed, the model definition file isn't good, or you have the wrong package versions installed if it has worked before 


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DanPatterson
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Classify Pixels Using Deep Learning (Image Analyst)—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation

The input raster dataset to classify. The input can be a single raster or multiple rasters in a mosaic dataset, an image service, or a folder of images.

Which suggests that prior steps haven't been completed, the model definition file isn't good, or you have the wrong package versions installed if it has worked before 


... sort of retired...
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MartyRyan
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Thanks, Dan - this is actually the first time I've tried to use this tool on a Mosaic Dataset - previously I've run it on a .tif image. I will also check the model definition file. 

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DeepinderUppal
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Hello did you get things to work? -and if so hat seemed to be the problem? Im running identify objects using deep learning and get the identical error...

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