Hi, Yesterday I was editing a road and while combining two roads using JOSM, I messed up the tags and the road was not getting rendered in the map. I corrected the tags but still it was not visible in the map. As it didn't show up in the map for a while, I deleted the road and re-created it. Even after about 6 hours, the road is not visible in the map.

This is the road which is having the problem : http://www.openstreetmap.org/?way=191457361 This road connects 3 other roads. How do I fix this?

Thanks, BT

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The minutely replication system that the rendering server uses to keep up with edits seems to have stopped working. See the graph here: http://munin.openstreetmap.org/openstreetmap/yevaud.openstreetmap/replication_delay.html

Once that line goes back to zero your road will render. I have no idea why it stopped.

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answered 19 Nov '12, 04:38

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Thank you ToeBee. I thought I might have messed up something. I'll check the status once in a while and see it get rendered or not.

Thanks, BT

(19 Nov '12, 05:52) BlueTiger
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@ToeBee, Thanks again, the road is now rendered.

(19 Nov '12, 10:54) BlueTiger

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