[OSM-dev] tiles at home disk usage

Damian Sulewski Damian.Sulewski at Uni-Dortmund.de
Wed May 2 15:39:23 BST 2007

i dont know if my understanding of the maplint layer is right, but i use
it for checking if an area has an error. So after uploading my changes,
i look at the maplink layer and if there is an error i fix it, if not im

There are some, and with the time there should be more, parts without an
error, but drawn streets on it. Why? Is it really such a big thing to
show a tile with the text "errorfree" for thos areas? It could be also
symlinked and we would save some space and rendering time.



Am Mittwoch, den 02.05.2007, 16:32 +0200 schrieb Frederik Ramm:
> Hi,
> > Is having level 17 on the maplint layer really worth it? Everything it
> > more than legible at level 16, and I imagine 99% of even level 16
> > tiles are never looked at.
> That was precisely my argument but some people asked for level 17 and  
> they got it ;-) it is about 15 GB of extra data but if that makes  
> working with the maplint layer more enjoyable for only a handful of  
> people, it's worth it I'd say. It is not for me to decide how others  
> should work.
> Bye
> Frederik
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