[OSM-dev] Bin-test failed (different test)

Brett Henderson brett at bretth.com
Fri Oct 1 01:41:12 BST 2010


On Fri, Oct 1, 2010 at 12:23 AM, Curt Nowak <nowak at bwl.uni-hildesheim.de>wrote:

> Hello dev,
>
> I also tested osmosis 0.37-SNAPSHOT with the bin-support for various
> countries downloaded at Geofabrik.
> In contrast to the -xml tasks I *sometimes* ran into an exception using the
> -bin tasks in combination with the --used-node task.
>
> For my example I used slovenia.osm.pbf (29-Sep-2010 03:41) downloaded at
> Geofabrik.
> Here's a simplified yet working example of the two commands I ran
> consecutively:
> osmosis.bat --read-bin slovenia.osm.pbf outPipe.0="fileReadPipe"
> --used-node-0.6 inPipe.0="fileReadPipe" outPipe.0="usedNodePipe" --write-bin
> inPipe.0="usedNodePipe" slovenia_filtered.osm.pbf
> osmosis.bat -verbose --read-bin slovenia_filtered.osm.pbf
> outPipe.0="fileReadPipe" --write-bin inPipe.0="fileReadPipe"
> slovenia_filtered2.osm.pbf
> (Complete error message at the end of this mail)
>
> Note, that running the following two commands does *not* throw an exception
> (the difference is the -xml version of writing and reading):
> osmosis.bat --read-bin slovenia.osm.pbf outPipe.0="fileReadPipe"
> --used-node-0.6 inPipe.0="fileReadPipe" outPipe.0="usedNodePipe" --write-xml
> inPipe.0="usedNodePipe" slovenia_filtered.osm
> osmosis.bat --read-xml slovenia_filtered.osm outPipe.0="fileReadPipe"
> --write-bin inPipe.0="fileReadPipe"
> slovenia_gefiltert_no_residential.osm.pbf
>
> What's up with that? Why is there suddenly a negative user id involved that
> is not present in the .osm file of Slovenia? Btw: This does *not* happen for
> all tested input files. E.g. Andorra worked fine.
>

For users that aren't public, a user called NONE is used within the Osmosis
pipeline.  It has an id of -1.  But that is typically not written to data
files.  The bin tasks may need to update their handling of private users ...

Brett
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