[OSM-dev] 120111 Planet Node Order?

Simon Poole simon at poole.ch
Sat Jan 14 23:10:34 GMT 2012


You do have -C 12000 set?

Haven't seen the error message before, but if you set the node cache 
smaller than necessary to store -all- nodes importing will be very slow 
(naturally if you don't have enough memory the machine will swap, but it 
sill still be faster).

Simon

Am 14.01.2012 23:16, schrieb Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr):
> Greetings,
>
> I've been lurking in the group for a long time now and finally got 
> motivated to try putting together my own Tile server.  I got 
> everything working, the whole way through mod-tile using a Florida 
> extract as my data to keep things moving along.  It was good.
>
> Then I downloaded planet-120111.osm.bz2 and started importing it 
> yesterday.  It completed the nodes and is now working on the Ways, but 
> I received on error message:
>
> > Out of order node 244067335 (33792779,7) - this will impact the 
> cache efficiency
>
> And the Ways are processing much more slowly than I would have 
> expected, namely:
>
> > Processing: Node(1329673k 43.6k/s) Way (3282k 0.12k/s) Relation(0 
> 0.00/s)
>
> Has anyone else imported this particular planet file and is the slow 
> Way loading to be expected after that error?
>
> Would I be better off in scrapping this slow load and going back 
> another week to download the Planet and then apply the diffs to bring 
> it up to date?
>
> Lynn (D) - http://aprsisce.wikidot.com/ - A user of OSM data
>
>
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