[OSM-dev] Snapshot Server

Rob Nickerson rob.j.nickerson at gmail.com
Sun Jan 20 00:45:34 GMT 2013


Apologies for the late reply to this one. I've only just had the chance
this weekend to test the new snapshot server (and updated manual), however
I should really have dropped you a quick "thank you" email much earlier.

I reinstalled snapshot-server following your updated instructions, which
was a lot simpler than last time :-) and gave the web load a test. It
worked a charm :-) Next step is to see if I can get Potlatch2 up and
running. Once I've tested the process on my home computer and am satisfied
with it, the next step would be to see if I can get this online.


If I can't scrounge some server space from somewhere, would you still be
happy to host these OSM files on your snapshot server instance (we
discussed this idea on IRC a couple of weeks back)?


On 11 January 2013 17:33, Andy Allan <gravitystorm at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 8 January 2013 17:59, Rob Nickerson <rob.j.nickerson at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > A web based loading screen would be a big plus for me.
> > I had a quick look and found a 5mb shapefile. I would imagine 10mb is
> > probably the largest I have. Not sure how that converts to .osm filesize.
> On Tuesday I coded up an upload form, and it's in the most recent
> version. It works at about 30s for a 1Mb file on my laptop, which is
> fine for the data that I've been handling but not great for others who
> need larger uploads.
> I've stuck in a few tickets on github for things that would be good to
> do in future - if anyone fancies having a stab at them, be my guest!
> There's nothing complex in the snapshot-server code.
> https://github.com/gravitystorm/snapshot-server
> Cheers,
> Andy
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