I've used git clone to get the latest version of OSRM, built it through build-local.bat and then downloaded great-britain-latest.osm.pbf from GeoFabrik.

When I try and run osrm-extract great-britain-latest.osm.pbf it crashes via a win32 process (below) and I can't seem to find any info online about it. Here's m full console output:

C:\Users\james\osrm-backend\osrm_Release>osrm-extract great-britain-latest.osm.pbf [info] Using script profile.lua [info] Input file: great-britain-latest.osm.pbf [info] Profile: profile.lua [info] Threads: 8 [STXXL-MSG] STXXL v1.4.99 (prerelease/Release) (git 1babe452214b4613a2a488d80073f4185c05a0b3) + 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 then get Unhandled exception at 0x00007FFE7DCA98FE (ucrtbase.dll) in osrm-extract.exe: Fatal program exit requested. which I can't figure out.

Can anyone offer any advice please?

asked 02 Aug '16, 15:49

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edited 02 Aug '16, 15:49


The file might be corrupt. Did you compare the checksum?

(02 Aug '16, 16:28) scai ♦

You can try asking in the #osrm channel on IRC (http://irc.osm.org). My two guesses would be (a) not enough memory or (b) Windows incompatibility with current code.

(03 Aug '16, 15:16) Richard ♦

For anyone that stumbles across this post in the future, this error was due to .stxxl being in the wrong directory. Here is a copy of the file contents: disk=c:\temp\stxxl,10000,wincall which is stored in the osrm_Release folder. Ensure C:/temp has enough memory access and it's a writeable folder.

Part of the issue was correcting with Cannot write with no DIRECT mode error that I got when trying to run the extraction tool, which led me to appending direct=on onto the end of the .stxxl file. Don't do this. Just do the above checks and it'll work.

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