yes we have some problems to provide so many styles on Toolserver and
delivering also the tiles for the map inside wikipedia.
The expiring-rules are not very efficient at medium zoom-levels...so
it's difficult to keep the map up-to-date.
To get an up-to-date tile there is a "dirty"-trick:
We have nothing to do with the problems of xapi server fafnir, we have
our own problems. We work on this to speed-up the database
To the "normal" update rate: For the map in Wikipedia I see it not so
critical if we have a delay of a month or so, but if editors use a map
like lit-map or hikebikemap to control there changes we should have an
expire on higher zoom-levels so that we try to be up-to-date.
There is also a lit-map from itoworld.com
Perhaps this map helps.
Am 28.05.2011 21:20, schrieb openstreetmap(a)yvesoesch.ch:
I'have made in the last months quite a large number of edit on the OSM dtabase,
and added the "lit=yes" or "lit = no" tag to many items.
The toolserver used to follow my edits although with quite a delay, might be
some weeks. But now, there are edits made in february, which are still not up to
date on toolserver.
I refer here to the page:
I don't know exacly why, but I've seen on the OSM platform status
) that the xapi server fafnir
is out of disk spaceand that the api is overloaded and out of date.
- Is that the reason why the toolserver is not updated anymore?
- How to solve this issue?
- What it the "normal" update rate of toolserver/lightening layer?
Yves, OSM enthusiast
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