[OSM-dev] Fwd: PostgreSQL beta-test data
steve at asklater.com
Sun Feb 28 19:02:11 GMT 2010
Begin forwarded message:
> From: SteveC <stevecoast at gmail.com>
> Date: February 28, 2010 12:01:33 PM MST
> To: Steve Crawford <scrawford at pinpointresearch.com>, dev list <dev at openstreetmap.org>
> Cc: Josh Berkus <josh at agliodbs.com>
> Subject: Re: PostgreSQL beta-test data
> possible psql help if anyone is interested
> On Feb 26, 2010, at 10:38 AM, Steve Crawford wrote:
>> SteveC wrote:
>>> On Feb 25, 2010, at 4:08 PM, Steve Crawford wrote:
>>>> Hi Steve,
>>>> The San Francisco PG users group is organizing a beta-test day for PG9 (http://wiki.postgresql.org/wiki/SFPUG_Beta_Test_Day) and wants to test against some current open data sets/projects. Is it possible to get a standard PostgreSQL dump of the OSM database? I didn't see that as an option on the website.
>>>> I'm not sure, yet, if the machines we will have for testing will be appropriate for this data size but it would be great to have that data for testing. If we are able to use it, we can report any issues we discover in the marathon test day. I'm sure the new hot-replication feature will be a killer feature for OSM.
>>>> SteveC wrote:
>>> search for planet.openstreetmap.org and osm2pgsql
>> Will do.
>>> if you don't mind I can fwd this to the list who might ask you to try a few things and help out over IRC and stuff?
>> Sure, but realize we haven't even gotten to the point of picking a date. While I would love to get up-to-speed enough to actually make an OSM installation, I doubt my available time would allow me to do that - I'd be starting from scratch. But the dataset would be good to test against both due to the size and to test upgrading, version-compatibility, postGIS and such.
>> Of course it would be *fabulous* if you or one of the other Bay Area folks who are already familiar with OSM could participate in the beta-test day and help uncover any bugs that would impact you. It would be even better if someone could bring a test machine with OSM data on-board! Don't know if that could be arranged but one can hope... In any case, we will do as much testing as we can.
>> Josh Berkus is the main instigator of this event. I cc'd him on this to bring him into the loop.
> Yours &c.
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