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/lib/init/vars.sh is a file provided by the initscripts package. This is a standard package installed on every Ubuntu and Debian system. The file contains various default values for init scripts. According to your other posts you are using openSUSE but the instructions on switch2osm are written for Ubuntu. This isn't recommended. In other words it means ...
You might run into a problem crossing the +-180°E border in EPSG:4326. Some points may be rendered at the wrong side, shifted off 360° horizontally. This is how it should look like: Cropping the data to +-179.9 °E might solve your problem.
I used a version of osm2pgsql that can handle 64-bit IDs. I think it happens when I merged some pbf data files with osm2pgsql into one database or "style" the data with the style attribute that osm2pgsql offers. I rebuild the Database using osmconvert to put thinks together and osm2pgsql to import that merged file into the postGIS Databse (without style=). ...
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