Peter Körner | 6 Jan 10:33 2010
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[Fwd: [OSM-dev] Removing Minutely and Hourly Changesets]

Afair ptolemy is pulling its updates from the hourly diffs. Maybe this 
is the time to switch to the minutely replication diffs. The two needed 
options have been documented in the meantime ([1] & [2]), the script 
still running happily on cassini can be found at [3]. Wouldn't this be 
the time to do another planet import so fix the changes that slipped 
through the hourly diffs and switch to minutely replication? The script 
to do this is located on [4].

I'd be happy to do this on ptolemy just as I did on cassini.

Peter

[1]<http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Osmosis/Detailed_Usage#--read-replication-interval_.28--rri.29>
[2]<http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Osmosis/Detailed_Usage#--read-replication-interval-init_.28--rrii.29>
[3]<http://svn.toolserver.org/svnroot/mazder/diff-import/>
[4]<http://svn.toolserver.org/svnroot/mazder/planet-import/planet-update>

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Betreff: 	Re: [OSM-dev] Removing Minutely and Hourly Changesets
Datum: 	Wed, 6 Jan 2010 12:40:02 +1100
Von: 	Brett Henderson <brett@...>
An: 	OSM-Dev Openstreetmap <dev@...>

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I'm keen to delete the hourly diffs as well.  *Florian*, have you had a
chance to move off these yet?
http://planet.openstreetmap.org/hourly/

Brett
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Lennard | 6 Jan 11:04 2010
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Re: [Fwd: [OSM-dev] Removing Minutely and Hourly Changesets]


> Wouldn't this be
> the time to do another planet import so fix the changes that slipped
> through the hourly diffs and switch to minutely replication?

There might be another compelling reason why it wouldn't hurt to run a
full reimport of the planet:

http://trac.openstreetmap.org/changeset/19148

This improves handling of advanced multipolygons.

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Peter Körner | 29 Jan 11:51 2010
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Replication stopped on ptolemy

Hi

As I announced the hourly and minute diffs on planet.openstreetmap.org 
has been dropped in favor of the replication diffs. It seems, noone 
changed ptolemy to the replication scheme, so it's far out of up2date.

select max(id) from planet_osm_nodes ;

on ptolemy results in 580146831, while cassini, which uses the 
minute-replicate diffs says 622311437.

It seems, ptolemy stopped replication around 04/12/2009, 00:00, which is 
the creation time of 580146831 + 1 (see [1]).

As I said before I'd love to set everything up on ptolemy just as I did 
on cassini. I'd also volunteer to set up the rendering on ortelius.

I'll talk about the Wikimedia Toolserver and OSM on the FOSSGIS 2010 but 
I'm really unsure what I should tell the audience. The Software and Data 
seems not to be maintained (I'm talking about the OSM Software Stack, 
not the Server as such -- they are of course well maintained) and 
volunteers, that already proved to be able to fill this gap, don't 
receive any response. This is so sad.

Peter

[1] <http://www.openstreetmap.org/browse/node/580146832>

Tim Alder | 29 Jan 22:14 2010
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Re: Replication stopped on ptolemy - my problems

Hello,
I'm also sad about the situation.
What's going on on ptolemy?
I didn't get an answer for my bug-report there [1] since 9th December (I 
post it also two times to this list and IRC).
Can we change our organisation so that the people which wants to do 
something, can do it?
(Or was it only a joke that we move to ptolemy?)

I think we have some nice projects starting, here some examples that I 
know:
*OSM-Geohack seems useful to come with 2 clicks from Wikipedia to each 
OSM-map.
*Last week we clean up the german Geohack, so that you have directly a 
OSM-map on this page (thanks to dispenser). This page would be also a 
nice test bench
  for our servers if they would running.
*The multilingual maps from avar are also an interesting aspect of OSM.
*We render some nice hillshading tiles for hike-and-bike-map.[5]
*I work today a little bit on my query-to-map script so that you get 
links to wikipedia and to websites if this links are in OSM. [4]

So everything nice and fascinating for me but I think we are too slow 
and confuse, especially with our main objective to bring OSM-maps into 
Wikipedia.

What we should do now in each case is to start a wiki-page to collect 
this nice projects. (Like [6])
I'm not sure if we should use the metawiki or the toolserver-wiki. I 
prefer the toolserverwiki and hope I find the time to start this weekend:
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DaB. | 31 Jan 14:17 2010

Re: [Toolserver-l] Reboot of nightshade and cassini

Hello again.
At Sunday 31 January 2010 14:14:13 DaB. wrote:
> I can give no link to a jira-ticket, because jira is down since yesterday.

after jira is back now (thanks to River), the ticket-url is 
https://jira.toolserver.org/browse/MNT-205. I will also reboot cassini for the 
same case too, so I added my original mail below for the OSM-folks.

Sincerly,
DaB.

>Hello all,
>
>for an important kernel-update, nightshade will reboot around 23 o'clock UTC. 
>The downtime should be short, but all running programms on nightshade will of 
>corse stop. So please make sure that they restart after the reboot or move 
>them temporary to willow (caution. solaris! ;)).
>
>I can give no link to a jira-ticket, because jira is down since yesterday. I 
>will send a email after the reboot to inform you all.
>
>Sincerly,
>DaB.
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Hello again.
At Sunday 31 January 2010 14:14:13 DaB. wrote:
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DaB. | 1 Feb 00:33 2010

Re: [Toolserver-l] Reboot of nightshade and cassini

Hello,

ok, both server are back online.

Sincerly,
DaB.

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Hello,

ok, both server are back online.

Sincerly,
DaB.

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