[OSRM-talk] osrm-routed and multiple states

Julien Coupey julien at coupey.fr
Wed Nov 18 21:11:03 UTC 2015


Quite similar to Daniel's suggestion, you can use osmctools to convert 
and merge two or more files.

osmconvert 1.osm.pbf -o=1.o5m
osmconvert 2.osm.pbf -o=2.o5m
osmconvert 1.o5m 2.o5m -o=12.osm.pbf

You can also drop unnecessary tags in the process to make extraction faster.

See http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Osmconvert and 


Le 18/11/2015 21:52, kunkenj at mskcc.org a écrit :
> Hi folks,
> Am trying to make use of osrm across multiple states within the US, and
> other than making use of north-america-latest.osm.pbf, which is 7 GB in
> size, we were hoping to make use of pbf files from multiple states,
> which are relatively smaller.
> Currently, osrm-routed consumes input files having the same base name as
> part of the input argument.  In this scenario, we’d be forced to use
> input files having the north-america as the base name.
> Might there be a way we can either combine multiple base names (i.e.
> from multiple states) and/or merge output files from osrm-prepare into a
> single set of files having the same base name?
> Thank you,
> Josh
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