[OSM-dev] Dealing with segements referencing deleted nodesinthe planet dump
80n80n at gmail.com
Thu Jan 18 23:27:21 GMT 2007
They are gone now. I used the following method to make them dissappear:
1) Using JOSM, create a new segment nearby.
2) Select the offending way and add the newly created segment to the way.
3) Then remove all old segments from the way *except* for the newly created
5) Delete the way and newly created segment.
I'm not sure why this works but it seems to do the job.
On 1/18/07, Dean Earley <dean at earlsoft.co.uk> wrote:
> >>> I have a similar problem with two ways in the centre of bath that
> >>> reference segments that don't exist. They've been like that for
> >>> as long as I can remember....
> >>> I tried a similar trick to what you said, and I think they only
> >>> reference live segments now, but I still can't seem to delete
> >>> them. They come back next time I download in JOSM. Any pointers?
> >>> They are ways 2538 and 2542
> >>> (They have suspiciously low ID numbers compared to everywhere
> >>> else in Bath)
> >> Neither of them appear to be in planet.osm or on the server. Can
> >> you give a sample download area that gets them?
> > <
> They do seem very persistent...
> Any changes I make are uploaded (and remembered) without a problem.
> Requesting them manually says 404 not found.
> Trying to delete them says 410 Gone which means they did exist but have
> already been deleted.
> Yet they come back as soon as you re-download the area.
> Can anyone with slightly more knowledge of the api/db internals explain
> Dean Earley, Dee (dean at earlsoft.co.uk)
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