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I'm currently using osmupdate to update the latest planet to the very recent time:

./osmupdate tmp.pbf updated.pbf --hour --day --keep-tempfiles --drop-author

Now I wanted to try osmium to compare the performance but I cannot find a simple osmium command that does all the magic behind the scene (like fetching the necessary change files from the servers), I only found the normal apply-changes command. Is there an osmupdate equivalent for osmium like (?)

./osmium updatemagic tmp.pbf updated.pbf

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asked 05 May '17, 10:25

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edited 05 May '17, 10:58

There is no Osmium command that can do that automagically, but there is one in the PyOsmium package. It is called pyosmium-up-to-date and it uses the Osmium C++ code internally, so it is as fast as Osmium.

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