Hi, I have downloaded windows build from http://build.project-osrm.org/. The release folder looks like below

05/09/2015  01:33    <DIR>          .
05/09/2015  01:33    <DIR>          ..
04/09/2015  13:42                35 .stxxl.txt
04/09/2015  13:39           825,856 algorithm-tests.exe
04/09/2015  13:26            14,011 bicycle.lua
04/09/2015  13:26            13,458 car.lua
04/09/2015  13:37           944,128 datastructure-tests.exe
05/09/2015  01:25       633,726,109 england-latest.osm.pbf
04/09/2015  13:26    <DIR>          examples
04/09/2015  13:26             6,969 foot.lua
04/09/2015  13:26    <DIR>          lib
27/08/2015  16:45           487,936 libexpat.dll
27/08/2015  16:45           242,176 lua.dll
04/09/2015  13:36           471,040 osrm-datastore.exe
04/09/2015  13:41         1,795,584 osrm-extract.exe
04/09/2015  13:37           888,832 osrm-prepare.exe
04/09/2015  13:42         1,238,016 osrm-routed.exe
05/09/2015  01:32            53,502 profile.lua
04/09/2015  13:26             1,290 rasterbot-interp.lua
04/09/2015  13:26             1,278 rasterbot.lua
04/09/2015  13:32           126,464 rtree-bench.exe
05/09/2015  01:33                 0 stxxl.errlog
05/09/2015  01:33               233 stxxl.log
27/08/2015  16:49           188,928 tbb.dll
27/08/2015  16:49            89,088 tbbmalloc.dll
27/08/2015  16:49            31,232 tbbmalloc_proxy.dll
04/09/2015  13:26             3,442 testbot.lua
04/09/2015  13:26               167 turnbot.lua

profile.lua was not there. I manually downloaded and copied it there. When I run osrm-extract, there is no error but nothing happens

\osrm_Release>osrm-extract england-latest.osm.pbf
[info] Input file: england-latest.osm.pbf
[info] Profile: profile.lua
[info] Threads: 4
[info] Using script profile.lua
[STXXL-MSG] STXXL v1.4.99 (prerelease/Release) (git f7389c79e946430f5e3f7efc15e5bcc29183d200) 
+ gnu     parallel(__GLIBCXX__)
[STXXL-MSG] Disk 'c:\temp\stxxl' is allocated, space: 10000 MiB, I/O implementation: wincall 
queue=0    devid=0
[info] Parsing in progress..

I left it for a day. The temp folder looks like

Directory of C:\temp

05/09/2015  01:33    <DIR>          .
05/09/2015  01:33    <DIR>          ..
03/04/2015  23:37    <DIR>          nwb
04/04/2015  00:22       660,036,518 nwb.routing.flatfile
05/09/2015  01:33    10,485,760,000 stxxl
           2 File(s) 11,145,796,518 bytes
           3 Dir(s)  89,474,977,792 bytes free

Directory of C:\temp\nwb

03/04/2015  23:37    <DIR>          .
03/04/2015  23:37    <DIR>          ..
03/04/2015  09:29                 6 roads.cpg
03/04/2015  09:35       310,237,909 roads.dbf
03/04/2015  09:29               144 roads.prj
03/04/2015  09:35       574,407,012 roads.shp
03/04/2015  09:35        25,325,620 roads.shx
03/04/2015  23:37    <DIR>          Wegvakken
           5 File(s)    909,970,691 bytes
           3 Dir(s)  89,474,977,792 bytes free

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

asked 05 Sep '15, 10:29

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edited 07 Sep '15, 01:25

What's the spec of your machine?

(05 Sep '15, 10:57) Richard ♦

I don't think it's working. If I look at task manager it's silent. It occupied the diskspace but not writing anything. The file name in temp is 'Wegvakken' but I am extracting england map. My machine is i5, 16GB RAM and SSD with writing speed 550MB.

(05 Sep '15, 13:18) a6datta

I managed it get it worked.

(05 Sep '15, 17:55) a6datta
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@a6datta: could you please write about the problem and solution here - for other people with the same issue.

(06 Sep '15, 01:34) aseerel4c26 ♦
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The windows build does not contain profile.lua file. I manually created the file. The contents of the file is require("lib/access") require("profiles/car")

(07 Sep '15, 01:24) a6datta
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