[OSM-dev] Which OSM to PostGreSQL converter shall I use?

Mayeul Kauffmann mayeul.kauffmann at free.fr
Tue Aug 2 19:43:58 BST 2011

(sorry for late reply)
You can use osm2postgresql (different from osm2pgsql) and run pgrouting
on top of it. See:

It has built-in reprojection. If you need a simpler tool or sql-only
code, you can look at the osm2postgresql code (bash file), you will find
a lot of examples.

Le lundi 11 juillet 2011 à 09:01 -0700, jchen a écrit :
> Hello,
> I need a postgresql database to do following jobs:
> 1. A lot of shortest path tree constructions given an root node.
> 2. A huge amount of queries for length of roads. ( any suggestion for
> converting the coordinates to Cartesian system?)
> 3. A few queries for nearby nodes given a point.
> Actually, I need these jobs for my map matching application.
> I tried to use osm2pgsql to generate a database. But it seems not
> simple/efficient to accomplish job 1. I haven't tried others. And I hope
> that I can get some useful information here.
> Thank you in advance!
> Best regards.
> Jingmin
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