[OSRM-talk] running on windows

Wilhelm Berg wb at bergwerk-gis.at
Thu Apr 28 16:43:34 UTC 2016


Very strange.
The crashes seem to happen at different stages of processing.
25GB stxxl should be more than enough for a small (Dublin) extract.

Only thing I can think of at the moment is to install the VS2015 *Update 1*
C++ Redistributable, as the release files are being built on AppVeyor and
that's being used there:

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=49984

Any success?



On Thu, Apr 28, 2016 at 5:56 PM, John Aherne <johnaherne at rocs.co.uk> wrote:

> Thanks for the pointers.
>
> The reason I was using vs2013 was the wiki page says you must do that for
> windows compilation. I have not found one that says to use vs2015.
>
> I did not realise the .stxxl has a .txt extension.
>
> The docs just refer to .stxll
>
> I downloaded the master and compiled. Lots of warnings etc but at the end
> I had my compiled programs.
>
> But even though I doubled my VM and moved it from the c: to d: and
> increased the stxxl space to 250GB the extract still crashed soon after
> starting.
>
> I then used a small town .pbf dublin and get the same problem.
>
> Here is the log:--
>
>
> D:\osrm-rel2015>osrm-extract dublin_ireland.osm.pbf
> [info] Using script profile.lua?[0m
> [info] Input file: dublin_ireland.osm.pbf?[0m
> [info] Profile: profile.lua?[0m
> [info] Threads: 8?[0m
> [STXXL-MSG] STXXL v1.4.99 (prerelease/Release) (git
> 1babe452214b4613a2a488d80073
> f4185c05a0b3) + gnu parallel(__GLIBCXX__)
> [STXXL-MSG] Disk 'd:\jahtemp\stxxl' is allocated, space: 25000 MiB, I/O
> implementation: wincall queue=0 devid=0
> [info] Parsing in progress..?[0m
> [info] input file generated by osmconvert 0.7T?[0m
> [info] timestamp: 2015-10-24T00:30:02Z?[0m
>
> D:\osrm-rel2015>
>
>
> So not sure where to go from here.
>
> Thanks for any help.
>
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