OSM History Renderer
This is a tool designed to import full history files of regions into a osm2pgsql-compatble database format and render maps for different slices of time. It consists of an importer and an renderer which can be used separately
OSM history splitter is found on github.
It is based on Osmium.
|Area I tried to Import||Size of the .osh.pbf-File||RAM available||Did it succeed?||How long did it take?||Username / Comments|
|Germany/Rheinland-Pfalz||176M||4G||yep||MaZderMind (talk) 16:54, 3 May 2014 (UTC)|
|Extract of Mainland USA from ||8G||2G||nope|| was using a standard AWS instance with about 7.5G memory (instance c3.2xlarge). The basic setup requires you to get an external EBS drive, move the Postgres database to use the EBS and then run the importer there. The extractor works great, took me a few minutes I think.|
|Extract of Mainland USA from ||8G||60G||nope||ran out of memory|
|Brazil Complete Extract ||300mb||7.8GB||yep||LucasM : Used to create a stats file OSM coverage in Brazil |
|Mainland USA complete extract||~4.5G||122G||nope||~3 Hours||Dalek2point3 : Ran out of memory. Should probably import partial extracts.|
| Filtered ways of France||640M (16G .osm)||12 used of 16G||yes||3 Hours 45 Minutes||Without nodespare option No rendered, only import with pc/ubuntu - database size is 28 G explains in french|
| Full history France||4.1G||11G used of 16G||yes||24 Hours||With nodespare option No rendered - database size is 180 G explains in french|
|Full history France (split form planet history)||4.7G||11G used of 16G||yes||12 Hours||with a faster hard disk drive and with nodespare option|
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