Hi all,

I want to render area, only where I have imported extracts. I already rendered meta info for levels 0-9 with

render_list --all -n 2 --socket=/var/run/renderd/renderd.sock --min-zoom=0 --max-zoom=9

and now I am having troubles rendering tiles for a specified lat/long. I am running this command

render_list -x 159 -X 179 -y 160 -Y 410 -n 2 --socket=/var/run/renderd/renderd.sock --min-zoom=10 --max-zoom=10

but it stays for long time and showing "Starting 2 rendering threads" message without a sign it is rendering. Do I have mistaken the command options? Any help is appreciated.

asked 11 Jul '12, 12:32

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Hey! I am having same problem. Did you find the solution for that problem ?

(24 Jan '13, 06:21) asfer mohamed

Render_list does not currently offer this useful feature afaik.

I have a patch to add this functionality, but I have not yet committed it. I will try and clean up the patch and commit it soon.

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answered 24 Jan '13, 08:41

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What I have done is using this command: render_list --all -x 622 -X 755 -y 1515 -Y 1659 -n 2 --socket=/var/run/renderd/renderd.sock --min-zoom=12 --max-zoom=12

to render level 12 for California and the given coordinates, which do the job for me. It prerenders all tiles for the area specified. You can check the coordiantes at http://tools.geofabrik.de/map/, just make sure you selected the "Tile coordinates" overlay.

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answered 24 Jan '13, 10:27

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edited 15 Jan '17, 14:30

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Took me a minute to find the tile coordinates overlay -- it is in the little plus sign in the top right of the map.

(21 Mar '17, 03:19) joe_mo

Try this script. It uses render_list utility in proper way and converts geo coordinates (WGS-84) to tile coordinates on several zoom levels and generates many tiles in one round.

For example:

./render_list_geo.pl -n 2 -z 6 -Z 15 -x 21.8 -X 40.7 -y 44.03 -Y 52.6
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