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Currently I have PgAdmin 3 open with a copy of the Nominatim DB I processed on a Linux virtual machine. I imported the gb_postcode.sql database successfully from the Nominatim documentation but I'm struggling to find a way to match a row in my main placex table in Nominatim to my gb_postcode table that's been imported.

Both tables provide a Geometry row, of which I tried using ST_Intersection on but the result was beyond inaccurate (returned 1.6m records rather than a single one, or a small subset of data).

Is there any way currently that will allow me to find a relationship between a Geometry object in a Nominatim record (such as 0102000020E61000000500000014A5CEED6F5A01C07D6F78E68A1A4A4091E398767B5A01C08A517C21891A4A404221020EA15A01C02E05FFB6821A4A405698631E9E5A01C0CBC1C7BB7E1A4A40A53D14BB6C5A01C026A36F777B1A4A40) and the Geometry object in the gb_postcode table (such as 0101000020E61000005D96EA24715B01C0A76FB0828F1A4A40)?

For examples sake, these two Geometry values are matching for the same street in the UK, but I'm struggling to relate them programmatically.

Sample postcode data:

ID - Postcode - Geometry

627881;"HG4 3NJ";"0101000020E610000023F05E6B62D4F9BF9C759A1C19134B40" 627882;"HG4 3NL";"0101000020E6100000EAA10AA1EAEEF9BFBEA275E3EF134B40" 627883;"HG4 3NN";"0101000020E6100000AE7E4727E1F1F9BF4AE5506C06134B40"

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