[Tile-serving] [osm2pgsql] Unnecessary flat-nodes with enough RAM (#22)

Frederik Ramm frederik at remote.org
Tue Apr 30 17:58:59 UTC 2013


On 30.04.2013 19:51, pnorman wrote:
> It's been said that you could almost use /dev/null for a flat-nodes file
> if you have a large enough -C value and don't plan to update the
> database. An option that allows you to use no file at all for flat nodes
> would be useful for when someone doesn't plan to update diffs and has
> enough memory. It would save on sequential writes and save on disk
> space. The latter is useful when using SSDs.

Why would you use --slim under these circumstances at all?


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