[OSM-dev] Alternative tile webserver needed?

80n 80n80n at gmail.com
Fri Apr 27 11:49:12 BST 2007


Sebastian
If you give me a URL I will add it as a layer at informationfreeway.  If it
all works out then it can be set to be the default layer.

80n

On 4/27/07, Sebastian Spaeth <Sebastian at sspaeth.de> wrote:
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> Sebastian Spaeth wrote:
> > I have a vserver with 8-10GB spare disk space. If that is enough, I
> > could offer to e.g. rsync the tiles every 30 minutes or so and to
> > provide tiles to informationfreeway from there. It would get rid of the
> > instantanousness of changes but for most requests this should still be
> > good enough.
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> Sorry for replying to myself, I am basically thinking as I go along. It
> would probably be enough to set up apache as a reverse proxy with a disk
> cache of some GB and some hours cache time. That would allow to take off
> some of the heat of dev without needing to change anything on it. I'll
> experiment with apache and see if I can come up with something that works.
>
> Spaetz
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