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I'm developing project with your osm soft.

Some months agora I was able to start a server of tiles using a docker (https://github.com/Overv/openstreetmap-tile-server)

Now, on try to create a new server I am not able to render tiles with information about state, city and street.. all my tiles in a country are 'blank'

(northeastern Brazil) alt text


The log of my docker can be find in : https://anotepad.com/notes/33n3c3c

Data used: https://download.geofabrik.de/south-america/brazil.html

My question: Whats is the reason for my tiles be 'blank' ?

(Sorry if it is not the place to do this question)

asked 03 Oct '19, 15:00

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The log isn't visible in a web browser without adverts appearing over the top of it.

What have you looked at so far in order to investigate the problem?

(05 Oct '19, 11:11) SomeoneElse ♦

I think something is breaking the thread of render of images

Monday, I will try to build a version using the data of a small country to test my theory

(05 Oct '19, 17:17) Diego

AFAIK coastline rendering is normally special and done from a different file from the other data. Do you definitely have all the required data?

(26 Dec '19, 02:42) InsertUser

Do you have an extra colon in your first line .../openmaptiles/brazil-latest.osm.pbf:/data.osm.pbf -v...?

(26 Dec '19, 03:00) InsertUser


Yes, I had all required data.

I was able to render all content some weeks before the 'crash'

Current status:

  1. The OSM is working fine in the server of my client
  2. I am using a public server, in some moment in the future I will recreate my OSM server
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answered 26 Dec '19, 11:12

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