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I want to serve vector tiles server in pbf format. For that I used Mapnik-vector-tiles which is bundled by avecado. Using avecado_server i can render pbf tiles on the fly using

./avecado_server -b 2 test/xml/vector_imposm_nocollect.xml 7789

But the full planet avecado_server is not sufficient to server on the fly because it takes more time to render each tile.
So I need pre-render tiles using ./avecado and cache it in disk and server those cached tiles with separate server.

Avecado generate tiles in pbf format.

For this I prefer to go with Tile Stache. But I didn't know how to use Tile Stache for this scenario.

Kindly suggest me a best way to cache and serve the pre-rendered tiles.

  • i dont know why this question is down voted. TileStache support vector tiles but i couldn't find for pbf format. – Arunkmp Dec 11 '14 at 6:54
  • I notice that your question body, title and tags make no mention of TileStache. If it is relevant to your question then I recommend that you review What makes a good question? and edit your question accordingly. – PolyGeo Dec 11 '14 at 7:24
  • Now i had explained my question clearly. But in tags i can't able to add avecado, mapnik-vector-tiles and so. Remove the down vote and hold. – Arunkmp Dec 11 '14 at 9:19
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Probably you are looking for this page: This page lists implementations of software that work with vector tiles using the Mapbox protobuf format.

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  • Using Mapnik Vector Tiles i rendered Tiles. Now my question is how to cache and server the pre-rendered tiles. In the above link i didn't any information for my need. – Arunkmp Dec 15 '14 at 10:38
  • Why tessera tile server (it is listed in that page) doesn't suite you ? – Aleksander Dec 15 '14 at 14:54

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