I am trying to download the planet.osm file from some dates of 2013 (http://planet.openstreetmap.org/planet/2013/) and I have just noticed that all the URLs for that year, and also for the rest of them, are not working:

"Not Found
The requested URL /mirrors/openstreetmap.org/planet/2013/planet-131218.osm.bz2 was not found on this server.
Apache/2.4.7 Server at ftp.heanet.ie Port 80)"

Does anybody know if this as been happening for a while or if it is only the result of some maintenance tasks of the web server?

Thanks you in advance, Fermín

asked 16 Aug '17, 10:38

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closed 17 Aug '17, 09:52

The question has been closed for the following reason "Question is off-topic or not relevant" by frose 17 Aug '17, 09:52


There is already an issue open here https://github.com/openstreetmap/operations/issues on that or a similar problem. It doesn't make sense to report such issues here because there is literally nothing we can do about it and it is not really a useful question. Thanks.

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answered 17 Aug '17, 08:04

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I did not know this was not the place to post this kind of issues, but at least it was useful as the user that re-posted this problem in GitHub used this URL as reference. Thank you for the information. I will delete this, if it is possible, when the problem is solved in order to not make the reference of GitHub useless.

(17 Aug '17, 08:26) frose
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Problem solved. Thanks to GitHub users.

(17 Aug '17, 09:51) frose
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