[talk-au] ISP caching problems with JOSM ?
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Thu Sep 12 13:22:50 UTC 2013
Sounds more like the caching within JOSM.
On 12/09/13 23:15, Grant Slater wrote:
> Hi Ian,
> The api.openstreetmap.org map data servers send "no-cache" headers and
> proxy/caches should therefore NOT be caching the results...
> But some ISPs are too aggressive with their caching.
> Make sure JOSM is set to the default OSM server (there are 3rd party
> caching API servers available):
> JOSM -> Edit -> Preferences (shortcut: F12) -> Connection Settings
> (World Icon) -> make sure: "User the default OSM server URL" is
> I am happy to help diagnose the error with you.
> On 12 September 2013 13:01, Steer<isteer at iinet.net.au> wrote:
>> I’m wondering if I’m striking caching problems with my ISP or my PC. I make
>> changes and upload them with no error messages and close JOSM. I re-open
>> the next day, and my changes aren’t there – but they are present in the
>> “slippy map”. I re-do them and upload them and get a conflict saying the
>> server version is newer than mine. I can close JOSM, re-open and
>> re-download, and the server version and my version don’t change.
>> I have googled this problem, but it was all a bit above my head. Does
>> anyone have a solution for this problem they can describe in simple terms ?
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