[OSM-talk] revert.pl

Shaun McDonald shaun at shaunmcdonald.me.uk
Sun Aug 2 23:44:36 BST 2009


On 2 Aug 2009, at 23:26, Ulf Mehlig wrote:

> Replying to my own email ...
>
> I tried to revert the changesets again, via ssh from a server with  
> much
> faster internet connection ... on second try revert.pl terminated
> without an error message now, but the ways of the respective  
> changesets
> are still there when I download parts of the area in JOSM; the
> changesets also haven't disappeared from the history page :-(
>

The changesets won't disappear from the history page. Reverting  
creates a new version with same tags/lat/lons of the one that you are  
reverting to, except the version number is incremented and the  
changeset is the one that you have used. This way w can revert your  
revert if required.

Shaun	

> Suggestions?
> Ulf
>
> On Sun, 2009-08-02 at 10:14 -0300, Ulf Mehlig wrote:
>> I tried to revert two large changesets of mine (double import of
>> municipal borders in Pará/north Brazil due to a local network  
>> problem)
>> via revert.pl (fresh from svn); in the middle of the reversal  
>> process, I
>> got the message
>>
>> GET http://www.openstreetmap.org/api/0.6/node/451437544/history...  
>> 500 Internal Server Error (369b)
>>
>> and now my try to resume the revert process ends after a number of
>> deletions with
>>
>> relation 183111 cannot be retrieved: 500 read failed: Connection  
>> reset by peer
>>
>> The two changesets in question are 1980659 and 1980698.
>>
>> Is there anybody who can help?
>> Many thanks! Ulf
>>
> -- 
> Ulf Mehlig <ulf.mehlig at gmx.net>
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