[OSM-dev] Reference .osm for render testing?

2009-11-17 Thread Michael Kussmaul
Hi Is there an artificial reference .osm available, which shows different rendering scenarios? Especially for those building a rendering engine, it could be useful to have a simple OSM, which just contains all OSM map-feature, special cases (like multipolygons with holes, streets above

Re: [OSM-dev] Reference .osm for render testing?

2009-11-18 Thread Michael Kussmaul
Great - I was searching for something like this! many thanks Michael On 17.11.2009, at 12:05, Patrick Petschge Kilian wrote: Hi, Is there an artificial reference .osm available, which shows different rendering scenarios? Especially for those building a rendering engine, it could be

[OSM-dev] osm2pgsql diff mechanics

2010-06-11 Thread Michael Kussmaul
Hi, I plan to do osm2pgsql diffs on my PostgreSQL setup. For my use-case it is important that all geometry data is valid, so after the initial import I do a cleaning of all non-valid geometry data (self-intersection, ...). Now my question: If I cleaned a geometry (e.g. forest) and a diff

[OSM-dev] compile error on osm2pgsql for Macosx + Patch

2010-06-11 Thread Michael Kussmaul
Hi, Not sure how to report this - when compiling the current SVN-version of osm2pgsql for macosx, I receive a compiler error (malloc.h: No such file or directory). It seems including malloc.h is anyway unnecessary, as stdlib.h already takes care to get the correct malloc implementation - so

[OSM-dev] osm2pgsql: going over pending relations number larger than relations?

2011-02-16 Thread Michael Kussmaul
Hi I have imported the full planet last November and now keep the db up-to-date weekly (based on daily diffs I fetch every week with osmosis). It worked nicely so far, but in the current import I see something strange: Reading in file: /Users/map/import/data/changes.osc.gz Processing:

[OSM-dev] osm2pgsql way_area is 0 for small areas

2013-03-22 Thread Michael Kussmaul
Hi I'm using osm2pgsql in hstore+latlon configuration and experienced a problem with the calculated way_area. For small areas (parks, buildings) the value stored in the database is always 0. Looking at the code output_pgsql.c (line 931, 1162, 1215), I saw we simply use %f to format the

Re: [OSM-dev] dev Digest, Vol 105, Issue 11

2013-12-18 Thread Michael Kussmaul
I have a very similar setup: A cheap machine ($600 - 16GB RAM) and some SSDs - although I also started with a single 200GB SSD. I have this machine in production for a year now and produce weekly updates to my data - it's not super fast, but a weekly diff import takes 1-2 h. Full import still

Re: [OSM-dev] Osmosis RuntimeException: Pipeline entities are not sorted

2016-05-11 Thread Michael Kussmaul
Yes, I see the same problem, I’m using osmosis to keep my local planet file up-to-date and now see the same error as Jan Michel: org.openstreetmap.osmosis.core.OsmosisRuntimeException: Pipeline entities are not sorted, previous entity type=Node, id=257882, version=5 current entity type=Node,

Re: [OSM-dev] Osmosis RuntimeException: Pipeline entities are not sorted

2016-05-12 Thread Michael Kussmaul
ible to workaround it > it with an intermediate sort task. > > On Wed, 11 May 2016 at 21:43 Michael Kussmaul <kussmaul.l...@nix.ch > <mailto:kussmaul.l...@nix.ch>> wrote: > Yes, I see the same problem, I’m using osmosis to keep my local planet file > up-

Re: [OSM-dev] Osmosis RuntimeException: Pipeline entities are not sorted

2016-05-12 Thread Michael Kussmaul
-xml-change > /import/data/diffs/data/changes.osc.gz > > > On Thu, 12 May 2016 at 19:43 Michael Kussmaul <kussmaul.l...@nix.ch > <mailto:kussmaul.l...@nix.ch>> wrote: > Hi Brett > > Sure, here is my stack trace: > > May 11, 2

Re: [OSM-dev] PostgreSQL 11 - osm2pgsql performance problems during --append?

2019-09-13 Thread Michael Kussmaul
> Sounds similar to this issue. How is your RAM usage? Perhaps the new -C0 flag > will help, I dunno. > https://github.com/openstreetmap/osm2pgsql/issues/946 > j I had memory problems first after upgrading to PostgreSQL 11, but I disabled JIT on PostgreSQL 11 and then it worked fine again - not

[OSM-dev] PostgreSQL 11 - osm2pgsql performance problems during --append?

2019-09-12 Thread Michael Kussmaul
Hi I'm running my osm2pgsql setup for a couple of years now by processing the whole planet and doing "--append" updates on a weekly basis. I have a Debian server and 1.5 TB SSD storage for the planet and run with flat-nodes configuration. I keep my system up-to-date and recently switched to