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Dec
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comment mod_tile: how to avoid cache expiry during DB rebuild
@didi_bcg the solution described earlier works on my machine .. but it's to much hacked :-D. What about to prerender your tiles again with the mapnik tools. This will save your files as png in the file system and you can provide it temporarily with your normal apache (without mod_tile). After you have change your database you can switch back to mod_tile.
Dec
18
comment mod_tile: how to avoid cache expiry during DB rebuild
@didi_bcg ... i think about a solution with 1. set the mod_tile expires header to a month in the future, 2. kill renderd and remove the db connection and start renderd again, 3. restart apache and see if it works - but I have currently no server to test it :-/
Dec
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Dec
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comment How can I detect what changes osmosis do on my osm planet database?
In the meantime it end with a psql error - my fault I don't install hstore extention in postgresql :-/
Dec
18
comment How can I detect what changes osmosis do on my osm planet database?
My process runs currently for about 14 hours, I got a cpu use about 14% ... :-/ I'm interested in any any activity sign. The tile rendering isn't currently configured. A overview of changed osm object would be fine.
Dec
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asked How can I detect what changes osmosis do on my osm planet database?
Dec
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answered mod_tile: how to avoid cache expiry during DB rebuild
Dec
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comment Is it possible to configure WFS layer to use GET requests?
Looks good :-) ... Does your solution also set the parameter for the BBOX values?
Dec
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Dec
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revised How to select features from different WFS layers?
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Dec
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answered How to select features from different WFS layers?
Dec
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answered Is it possible to configure WFS layer to use GET requests?
Dec
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comment Is it possible to configure WFS layer to use GET requests?
I noticed they changed the default request method after version 2.8
Nov
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comment Why is a stored procedures much slower than the single query?
@Martin btw I often use views for that kind of wrapping
Nov
29
answered Why is a stored procedures much slower than the single query?
Nov
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comment Why is a stored procedures much slower than the single query?
@Martin :-(, can you provide a dump of your ways table? Maybe I find something in my postgresql versions. What version do you use?
Nov
29
answered Why is a stored procedures much slower than the single query?
Nov
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Nov
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comment OpenLayers: how to save added point in server side
I'm not sure if I'm right but imo if you add the right URL to your vector layer it automatic writes the data back. But you need a related server part. For instance a wfs server or a script that handles the request server side. The post from rashad give you some sample components for that
Nov
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