We are facing problem with the setup.php file. Can any one has any way to overcome this error ?

    /public_html/Nominatim]# ./utils/setup.php --osm-file india-latest.osm.pbf --all [--osm2pgsql-cache 18000] 2>&1 | tee setup.log 
Warning: require_once(DB.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/xxxxxxx/public_html/Nominatim/lib/db.php on line 2

Fatal error: require_once(): Failed opening required 'DB.php' (include_path='.:/usr/lib/php:/usr/local/lib/php') in /home/xxxxxxx/public_html/Nominatim/lib/db.php on line 2

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asked 31 Jul '15, 08:06

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It seems like you sure you are calling setup.php wrong.

--osm2pgsql-cache is an optional parameter. Either remove it completely or leave it there but remove the square brackets []. They are not part of the parameter but indicate only that this parameter is optional.

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answered 31 Jul '15, 08:12

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edited 31 Jul '15, 08:13

Thanks @scai, so instead of ./utils/setup.php --osm-file <your data="" file=""> --all [--osm2pgsql-cache 24000] 2>&1 | tee setup.log I have to use ./utils/setup.php --osm-file <your data="" file=""> --all --osm2pgsql-cache 24000 2>&1 | tee setup.log ?

(31 Jul '15, 08:19) arj123

Yes, exactly :) Ideally you should adapt the size of the cache to your environment.

(31 Jul '15, 08:49) scai ♦
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thank you.

(31 Jul '15, 09:16) arj123
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