[talk-au] rendering times for NSW maps
b.easton at exemail.com.au
Sat Nov 17 08:54:59 GMT 2007
This is a map that shows only the Osmarender version of the data.
Navigate to the area you are interested in and zoom down to level 12.
Move the cursor around and you will see the level 12 tiles outlined. Ctrl-click on a tile to bring up a dialog and click OK to request the render. This generates a high priority render request for that tile and it will be sent out to be rendered virtually immediately. Simple tiles will take only a few minutes to render.
Use Ctrl-Shift click to zoom in and reload the tiles, or clear your browser cache to see changes.
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On 17/11/2007 at 7:23 PM Paul wrote:
>How do you manually request a re-render?
>On 17/11/2007 6:06 PM, Brent Easton wrote:
>> Hi Paul,
>> The weekly dump of the planet.osm file happens Thrusday morning our
>time, finishing mid to late morning. That data is then loaded into a
>PostGIS database (more hours) from which the Mapnik renderings happens.
>> Tiles are only marked to be re-rendered when people actually look at
>them so when you first go to an area, you don't see any change. Some time
>later, depending on how many other tiles around the world are being view
>at the same time, your rendering will be done and when you go back, there
>are your changes.
>> For various technical reasons (disk space etc.), this process breaks and
>is re-run, so it can be well into the weekend or early next week before
>you see the changes from mapnik.
>> Check out te osmarender layers though. Osmarender is now running on a
>new server and it is turbo-charged. Changed tiles are marked automatically
>and can be re-rendered within the hour. Some times it takes longer though,
>or you can request a manual re-render which happens real fast.
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>> On 17/11/2007 at 8:42 AM Paul wrote:
>>> This is probably a regular question but I thought changed titles where
>>> rendered once a
>>> week on Wed. I put some new roads around Bathurst on Tuesday but most
>>> haven't showed and
>>> some only show at different zoom levels.
>>> What the latest take on this?
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