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I have followed underdark's clear and concise "how to" to get osm2po running. The web service is a great little tool for inspecting the data. Is there a way to restart the service using an existing run after closing the command prompt (i.e. stopping the service)?

I'm guessing there is a way to do this without having to convert all the OSM data a second time. However, the documentation is in German so I can't tell.

Many thanks

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Tipp: There is an english on-screen help (draft) for upcoming versions on the web page. – user6261 Mar 7 '12 at 9:47
Excellent! Looking forward to it! – MappaGnosis Mar 7 '12 at 12:18
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Yes, this is possible by modifying the cmd= parameter. By default the value is tjsgpr (Tiler|Joiner|Segmenter|Postprocessors|Graph-builder|Routing). cmd=c is short form of cmd=tjsp.

In the German documentation there is a table around page 15 explaining each command. Only for t (Tiler) for example you need to pass the data source URL or path, j depends on t, s depends on j, and so on.

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grtjsp is the same as grc

c is just a shortcut for tjsp

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