[Openstreetmap] How to be more efficient inserting tracks?
steve at asklater.com
Tue Oct 25 00:49:17 BST 2005
* @ 24/10/05 11:16:22 PM adam at thebowery.co.uk wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 24, 2005 at 03:28:52PM -0700, Johnny Doe wrote:
> > >> - The applet is slow on my 2.4 GHz box (Linux,
> > Firefox, SUN Jre)
> > > Maybe a problem of memory? How much RAM do you have?
> > > How much memory do you allow your Java task to have?
> > Is dual 2.4GHz opteron with 8Gig of RAM good enough
> > for java ?
> > I'm not joking, the applet performance on this machine
> > in firefox is simply pathetic.
> > I'll definitely go the osm-editor route
> > when its track deleting bugs are corrected.
> For the first time tonight I tried the applet on my desktop in Firefox
> and it was so slow that I couldn't get it to do anything useful (apart
> from consume 100% of my cpu), I figured maybe java was broken on this
> machine so moved to using the (spit) Windows box, with both IE and
> Firefox and again... 100% cpu, couldn't get the applet to do anything
> useful (i could get it to display the points in the track, etc. but not
> actually get it to create any paths etc.):(
With all the positive comments I rushed through a new copy of the applet
which is live now.
* doesn't use 100% CPU all the time
* makes the nodes and lines thicker
* makes it so you don't have to be directly on a node to select/kill it.
You might need to restart your browser / kill the cache to see the new
There might have been a couple of bugs introduced.
> Oh, and I did try sending an email to bugs at openstreetmap.org earlier,
> but it bounced as there is no MX record for openstreetmap.org.
EEK. I'm on it.
SteveC steve at asklater.com http://www.asklater.com/steve/
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