[OSM-talk] Minutely update server slow?

Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr) ldeffenb at homeside.to
Sat Apr 20 18:55:25 UTC 2019

Hm, traced the planet.openstreetmap.org back to 
ironbelly.openstreetmap.org and see this on their munin pages:


Looks like something is ramping up in apache and TCP networking along 
with whatever Chrony's "Root dispersion" means.  Disk space usage is 
also climbing on the root file system, but that might be increasing 
apache logs?

Apache accesses

Disk usage in percent

Utilization per device


Chrony Tracking Stats

Lynn (D)

On 4/20/2019 2:03 PM, Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr) wrote:
> I run a personal tile server for the entire planet and have it 
> configured with minutely updates downloaded by osmosis.  Over the past 
> few days, I've noticed that my updates are falling behind and 
> subsequently noticed in the osmosis.log file that it is taking a LONG 
> time to download 4-6 hours of minutely diffs. This usually took 5-10 
> minutes, but recently it takes 45 minutes to an hour.  And sometimes 
> osmosis times out completely.
> Here's my osmosis configuration.txt file if that helps.
>> # The URL of the directory containing change files.
>> baseUrl=https://planet.openstreetmap.org/replication/minute
>> # Defines the maximum time interval in seconds to download in a 
>> single invocation.
>> # Setting to 0 disables this feature.
>> maxInterval = 21600
> Anyone else seeing slow minutely diff downloads?
> Lynn (D)
> PS.  Here's the munin rdnerd Data import lag daily and weekly graphs:
> Data import lag
> Data import lag
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