[pgrouting-users] Import large OSM data for routing
winwaed at gmail.com
Tue Jan 18 14:01:46 EST 2011
Try the osm2po program instead. This can handle large files, and recently I was able to use it to import planet.osm. Osm2po create an SQL script which you then execute. Planet.osm took a few days to import - Italy should be a lot quicker!
Search the archives of this list server - I had a couple of queries which were quickly answered. They may help you, especially if you are new to PostGis and pgRouting (as I am).
On Jan 18, 2011, at 10:42 AM, lorenzo amato <lorenzo.amato at geosdi.org> wrote:
> Hi list
> I'm trying to import a large osm file (italy.osm from cloudmade) into postgis using the osm2pgrouting tool without success.
> I read somewhere in the list (or in the wikies) that osm2pgrouting uses a large amount of memory.
> So i tried to lounch osm2pgrouting on a workstation with 32G RAM ... without success.
> I also found this thread:
> and this wiki page
> but some errors occurred whan I tryed to apply the patch.
> Any help?
> Or any other way to import large OSM data for routing?
> Lorenzo Amato
> lorenzo.amato at geosdi.org
> lorenzotlc at gmail.com
> lorenzo.amato at nsdi.it
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