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I am importing data into PostgreSQL using osm2pgsql, and want to include the osm_timestamp data. I've updated my style file, and used the --extra-attributes and --hstore-all flags, which gives me timestamp data in my planet_osm_nodes and planet_osm_line` tables, but not in the polygon or points tables. How can I get the timestamp data to appear in those tables?

asked 30 Jul '18, 19:41

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Which version of osm2ogsql are you using?

(31 Jul '18, 18:06) SimonPoole ♦

I'm running osm2pgsql SVN version 0.88.1

(31 Jul '18, 19:12) gsoyka-radiant

0.88.1 is something like 3 years old. I haven't checked specifically for that version, but older osm2pgsql version only supported importing timestamps from XML format data and not from PBF files. More recent version use a third party OSM data parsing library and should support timestamps from PBF.

Note: the 0.9* version have changes in the database schema and you will have to re-import.

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answered 31 Jul '18, 23:27

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