[OSM-dev] Tileserver restricted to a region, anyone?
Juan Lucas Domínguez Rubio
juan_lucas_dr at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 7 09:55:55 GMT 2011
Sorry I cannot help you with that.
Just wanted to let you know that the tile server is extremely slow. As Elizabeth would say, its usefulness for z >= 11 is less than zero. I've been panning and zooming around Madrid (Spain), and I am physically located in Spain too.
You have not cached all the tiles?
Apart from thet, congrats for the style and colors, they look great.
--- On Mon, 2/7/11, Frederik Ramm <frederik at remote.org> wrote:
> From: Frederik Ramm <frederik at remote.org>
> Subject: [OSM-dev] Tileserver restricted to a region, anyone?
> To: "dev Openstreetmap" <dev at openstreetmap.org>
> Date: Monday, February 7, 2011, 9:18 AM
> the oenstreetmap.de tile server doesn't
> perform well enough to run a whole-planet tileset so I've
> restricted the database to Europe.
> As only the database is restricted, you can now zoom on to
> any region of the world but it will look like there's no
> data there which is a bit strange. I would prefer to show
> standard OSM tiles in areas where our tile server draws a
> I am looking for either (a) an OpenLayers
> layer/code/configuration that will automatically direct
> requests for tiles outside a given area to another
> tileserver or (b) a mod_tile patch or clever Apache config
> snippet to do the redirects.
> Has anybody done this yet? I am tempted to solve the
> problem by writing a Perl script that generates a few
> hundred lines of Apache RedirectMatch lines to achieve the
> desired goal, even though solving it in OpenLayers or
> mod_tile would probably be more efficient.
> I know I can make it so that OpenLayers doesn't allow
> panning out of a given region but that, again would give the
> impression that OSM was limited to that region, which I want
> to avoid.
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