Hello,

I'm trying to use osmosis to generate a replication tree view, like this tree view for Planet.OSM or this one for GeoFabrik. I don't have an input database, but an planet file .osm.pbf, updated daily. Then I extract a specific area daily and generate a .osc change file of this area.

  • Do you think it is possible to do the same procedure as Osmosis/Replication but with a .osm file, not a DB ?

For now I'm generating this tree view "manually". Then I use osmosis to read those replications file to update my DB with osm2pgsql.

  • Do you think this will create a problem after a while or not ?

Thank you in advance for your answers,

Axel.

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