There are some tile endpoints that are simply never loading data. For example, this never loads an image: https://b.tile.osm.org/5/7/12.png

It's causing our maps feature to be very buggy and sometimes not work at all. What is going on?

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I don't think that the link is the problem. We use the full link, and also have performance issues.

"https://b.tile.openstreetmap.org/19/271514/171461.png" Screenshot

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Performance issues are a different question entirely.

(10 Feb, 16:36) Richard ♦

I now see what's the problem of onenine90 is. And I've opened my own question to not disturb this one. It was a coincidence that we both saw gray areas at the same time, so it seems.

(11 Feb, 12:09) Foeketijn

You need to use the correct domain/subdomain: tile.openstreetmap.org. tile.osm.org is not and has never been an officially supported domain; any documentation that refers to it is faulty.

Also, drop the attitude. Asking "But why should we have to do this?" in an entitled fashion is entirely the wrong attitude to take to a volunteer-run service that is provided free of charge, funded mostly from donations. If you want an SLA, pay a company that provides one.

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edited 10 Feb, 16:34

Sorry to offend you Richard. Thanks for the answer. Can you address the other user's problem as well? Thanks!

(10 Feb, 16:45) onenine90

I appreciate this community and the open source software that is provided, and I understand that there should be less expectations and more appreciation in open source. Sorry to come off rude.

(10 Feb, 16:50) onenine90

Hmmm. It looks like something changed with DNS. Did someone at OpenStreetMap recently change a server IP address or something? Because when I change my DNS server to 8.8.8.8 (google's public name server), things seem to work better. But why should we have to do this?

See screenshot of DNS propagation failures: https://www.dropbox.com/s/n6lupli8c01ar0v/Screenshot%202020-02-10%2009.35.48.png?dl=0

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answered 10 Feb, 15:22

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edited 10 Feb, 15:36

It looks like the same issue as https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/72968/fetching-maps-that-are-on-my-multiple-sites-have-stopped-working , and the same advice applies - use the full site name.

(10 Feb, 15:41) SomeoneElse ♦
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