Hello,

We are getting the following error while importing OSM data during the installation of Nominatim on Centos 6.6 cPanel server:

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./utils/setup.php --osm-file india-latest.osm.pbf --all --osm2pgsql-cache 18000

Create DB
Strict Standards: Non-static method PEAR::isError() should not be called statically in /home/fleetlink/public_html/Nominatim/utils/setup.php on line 96
Password: createdb: database creation failed: ERROR: permission denied to create database Error executing external command: createdb -E UTF-8 -p 5432 nominatim --

Can any one please let us know how to resolve?

Thank you.

asked 01 Aug '15, 02:00

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Are you sure you followed the instructions correctly, particularly

Creating the importer account

The import needs to be done with a postgres superuser with the same name as the account doing the import. You can create such a postgres superuser account by running:

sudo -u postgres createuser -s [your user name]
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answered 01 Aug '15, 08:32

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Frederik, Could you please give more enlighten help for this error? Would like also to see a solution for this type of errors.

Thank you.

(03 Aug '15, 15:29) gregosmartinez

Yes, this has been already done, but still no success.

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answered 01 Aug '15, 15:11

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edited 01 Aug '15, 15:13

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