[HOT] Fwd: Tasking Manager : map tiles not loading at lower zooms
verdy_p at wanadoo.fr
Sun Oct 29 15:19:29 UTC 2017
There's an overload problem on the tile renderer and the tiles wanted are
missing in the server front caches (which are also overloaded or have
problems connecting to the renderers for several of the styles renderered).
Even some static images for the UI are not loading. It looks there's a
connectivity network problem between front caches and background image
2017-10-29 15:23 GMT+01:00 Nikhil VJ <nikhil.js at gmail.com>:
> Hello, cross-posting this to the mailing list as I just joined now:
> We're planning a mapping activity for rural roads in Pune district in
> Our project is here:
> (Still in draft mode)
> We are facing an issue in the Tasking Manager interface : Map tiles are
> not loading beyond country zoom level. The browser console shows errors.
> Screenshots of the interface and error messages:
> At 50km scale: https://i.imgur.com/1JFm74T.png
> At 20km scale: https://i.imgur.com/UhSrAiQ.png
> Console errors : https://i.imgur.com/dLch0Hy.png
> The task manager is not loading regular OSM tiles : here are a couple of
> error'd URLs:
> Since it appears to be a HOT-specific tile source, it's possible that
> those areas might not have been provisioned or something.
> Is there something we could do here? In the Edit mode there is an
> "Imagery" tab but I have not been able to get anything through that.
> Why we need to see the map behind our shapes/grid : We want to start with
> the shapes that have roads marked and work our way from there, so that we
> can connect to existing road network rather than making orphaned paths.
> Nikhil VJ
> Pune, India
> DataMeet Pune chapter <https://datameet-pune.github.io/>
> Self-designed learner at Swaraj University <http://www.swarajuniversity.o
> Blog <http://nikhilsheth.blogspot.in>
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