Hello -

I have the following osmosis command and am wondering if I am using --buffer correctly:

osmosis -v \

--read-pbf-fast .../{var}D.osm.pbf workers=7 \
--buffer bufferCapacity=12000 \
--bounding-polygon file=".../$var.poly" \
--buffer bufferCapacity=12000 \
--write-pbf .../${var}D.osm.pbf omitmetadata=true granularity=10000

I think I am buffering twice -

once from read-pbf to the bounding polygon and second from the bounding polygon to write-pbf.

(IMHO a few examples in osmosis detailed usage would be helpful rather than just a description)

Thanks, pitney

asked 19 Jan '15, 20:52

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closed 22 Jan '15, 17:09

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if no answer here, try to ask at the osmosis-dev mailinglist:


(21 Jan '15, 17:31) stephan75

thanks, think I posted there, what a horrible interface!

(22 Jan '15, 17:00) pitney

The question has been closed for the following reason "New location, closing here to avoid duplicate answers/work." by aseerel4c26 22 Jan '15, 17:09

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