[OSM-dev] duplicated entities with osmosis diff-update

Harald Kleiner e9625163 at gmx.at
Sun Dec 20 22:42:10 GMT 2009

Thank you all!

now it works! I switched to --rri tasks. This is what I did:

* get latest osmosis version 0.31.2 dated december 20th (I had an older 
0.31.2 version before, but who knows...)

* initialize the working directory with
osmosis --rrii workingDirectory=/blabla/0

* changed the URL to http://planet.openstreetmap.org/hour-replicate/
and maxInterval = 0 in workingDirectory/configuration.txt

* fetched the appropriate state.txt file from said URL and don't forget 
to save it as state.txt (_NOT_ 450.state.txt!) in the working directory

* called
osmosis --rri workingDirectory=/blabla/0 --simplify-change --rx 
/blabla/0.osm --ac --bb left=8 top=49 right=17 bottom=46 
idTrackerType=BitSet completeWays=yes completeRelations=yes --wx 

now happy with my shiny new dump file :-))

Thank you,

best regards

> On Sun, Dec 20, 2009 at 9:47 AM, Frederik Ramm <frederik at remote.org 
> <mailto:frederik at remote.org>> wrote:
>      > Be aware that --simplify-change is meant to be used with the
>     replicating
>      > diffs, and --rci is used to process the old-style
>     (non-replicating) diff
>      > files.
>     Oh, I overlooked that, sorry. But then I wonder why Harald has the
>     problem he has - maybe his Osmosis version contains the slightly
>     erroneous patch that I once applied and that was later reverted, where
>     objects are considered "not the same" if they differ in version number?
> Hopefully that's the problem, otherwise I'm confused as well.
>      > Harald, you might want to investigate the newer --rri task.
> I really need to update the wiki with up to date task details ... it's 
> getting badly out of date.
> Brett
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