I have successfully installed nominatim ver 3.0.1 on centOs 7.3. Set CONST_Pyosmium_Binary, CONST_Replication_Url, CONST_Replication_Update_Interval and CONST_Replication_Recheck_Interval. When I am trying to update manually via command ./utils/update.php --init-updates I am getting error:

PHP Warning: pg_query(): Query failed: ERROR: column "none" does not exist LINE 1: ...quence_id, indexed) VALUES('2017-08-21T20:34:32Z' ,None, true... in <nominatim home="">/Nominatim/build/utils/update.php on line 87 ERROR: Could not enter sequence into database. Could not enter sequence into database.

How to deal with it?

And two more little questions: 1) How to know datetime of my last update? 2) When database will be updated if I have CONST_Replication_Update_Interval = 86400? Is nominatim trying to update after system startup or since 86400 from startup or since wich event?

Thanks for your attention.

asked 28 Aug '17, 13:46

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For some reason, pyosmium could not correctly connect to the server with the update. It should return a proper error message in that case. If you see this message about 'None' then you have found a bug in the update code. Please report it over on github.

Nominatim determines the appropriate date where to start the updates from the data you imported. If the initialisation runs through, it reports it at the end of the process. The date is also reported after each update start. Furthermore, you can check the current status anytime in the import_status table in your database.

The update interval is computed from the last time the database was updated. You can safely shut down your system for a while and it will pick up exactly where it left.

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answered 28 Aug '17, 20:44

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My import_status table is empty. With what it can be connected?

(29 Aug '17, 09:23) gsv91

import_status was truncated by the init-updates command before it errored out. It will be filled appropriately again once init-updates has run successfully.

(29 Aug '17, 19:40) lonvia
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