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Can you please help me out in Installing pgRouting in Windows 7 64-bit version.

I have been trying it for days. Since I am completely new to this please provide me the initial requirements and steps in installing pgRouting.

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Do you mean that you want to run pgRouting on Windows 7 64-bit OS?
If so, try as follows.

  1. Install PostgreSQL 9.1 (Win x86_32) and PostGIS (v1.5.x from StackBuilder).
  2. Download the pgRouting windows binary(pgRouting-git-sanak-mingw_20120310_pg-9.1(x86).zip) from https://github.com/sanak/pgrouting4w/tree/windows-binary , then extract to "C:\Program Files (x86)\PostgreSQL\9.1\" folder. (overwrite "doc", "lib", "share" folder)

If you want to run pgRouting as 64-bit mode (on PostgreSQL 9.1 (Win x86_64)),
AFAIK, pgRouting have not supported Windows 64-bit mode yet.

P.S. Short update. Now you can run 64-bit version of pgRouting on Win7 as well - pgRouting binaries built in 64-bit mode could be found by the provided above link on githun (thanks to Sanak!). It was checked with Postgres 9.1/PostGIS 2.0

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thanku sir..i did the steps you mentioned. How can I check whether pgrouting runs on my system? –  Ren Jun 7 '12 at 8:54
    
Best you try the pgRouting workshop: workshop.pgrouting.org Just start from chapter 5. You can download the sample data dumps from download.osgeo.org/pgrouting/foss4g2010/workshop –  dkastl Jun 7 '12 at 9:39
    
@sanak: Thank you for the great work. Is there a plan for PostgreSQL 9.2\PostGIS 2.0.2 compilation too? –  Michalis Avraam Mar 26 '13 at 0:37
    
I am planning to create pgrouting-1.x windows binary for PostgreSQL 9.2 in the end of June '13, but if you like new one(pgrouting-2.0), please visit here(winnie.postgis.net/download/windows/pg92/buildbot ). Thanks, –  sanak Jun 26 '13 at 6:34
    
Best way to check: SELECT pgr_version(); –  Magno C Jan 16 at 15:08
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Your question was just discussed on the pgRouting mailing list: http://lists.osgeo.org/pipermail/pgrouting-users/2012-May/001142.html

Currently there are no Windows 64bit binaries available, mainly because there were no 64bit Windows binaries available for PostGIS 1.5. Instead most people used 32Bit versions of PostgreSQL/PostGIS/pgRouting.

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thank you sir.. –  Ren Jun 7 '12 at 8:51
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