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I want to create one tile server that is having data for India only. Can it be possible?

asked 16 Mar '16, 07:07

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edited 16 Mar '16, 19:12

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32.6k18248554 has instructions on setting up tile servers, and frequently mentions ways to load smaller extracts only.

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answered 16 Mar '16, 07:54

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thank you but could you please give me link for the same because m not able to find a clear solution for that, Thankyou

(16 Mar '16, 11:02) reddemonfox

Check out this step-by-step guide:

When you come to "Loading data into your server" do not choose the planet.osm file but a country extract (e.g. for India) and adjust the filenames correspondingly.

(16 Mar '16, 11:12) jot

For users who are looking for such requirement. Here is simple solution to create all openstreetmap tiles for a single country osm-for-my-country. osm-for-my-country is a stack of all OSM related packages and has many scripts/commands for all tasks on a Linux machine. These are the tasks which can be achieved by this package:

  • Install all necessary software like osm2pgsql, postgres, mapnik, kosmtik etc

  • Download your country data

  • Download and install map style openstreetmap-carto

  • Create all tiles for your country

  • Update tiles on daily basis

  • Serve tiles with node.js or you can serve these offline map tiles with any simple http serevr or apache

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answered 18 Mar '17, 15:46

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