I need to download osm file with larger area than it is provided on the official website(www.openstreetmap.org). I know that there are several soulutions on the official website,which,however,cannot deal with the problem of how to get the data of way change times.

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sorry, I do not understand "problem of how to get the data of way change times". Could you please explain this with more/other words?

(05 Oct '15, 11:07) aseerel4c26 ♦

thank you for your asking.I need to know how many times each way is changed in osm ,so i have to export .osm xml file .However, only small zone can be exported from the official website,and i need more data.

(05 Oct '15, 11:48) osmomgosh

You can download the complete, world wide, planet file from planet.openstreetmap.org. If that is too large, you can use Osmosis to trim it down a certain area.

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If the planet file is still too large for you (it will take much time to process it), you might have a look at the regional extracts provided by Geofabrik. http://download.geofabrik.de/

If the programs which you use also accept PBF files, you might be better to use the PBF format because much programs are faster reading PBF than XML.

(07 Oct '15, 17:29) Nakaner

And you can use osmosis to convert a PBF to/from OSM XML

(08 Oct '15, 09:40) rorym
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