I finished importing all the planet data, search indices are good and all the indexes have been executed successfully. I also ran the script to check that all imports were successful (./utils/check_import_finished.php) and no issues that I can see. The Apache Web service also seems to be up and running. Now, when I enter an address to query, it doesn't return any search results. It only returns anything if I enter a country name.

Any idea as to what the issue is? Do I need to update the Web Service to sync with the postgres data?

asked 15 Sep '20, 21:23

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edited 15 Sep '20, 21:24

Any chance the search index step of the installation ran out of disk space?

That step can be rerun https://github.com/osm-search/Nominatim/issues/1694 ./utils/setup.php --create-search-indices --create-country-names You can also add --ignore-errors if you get 'relation already exists' warnings. https://github.com/osm-search/Nominatim/issues/1833

If it's not a missing index it could be incomplete indices. In that case delete all indices listed in sql/indices.src.sql and sql/indices_search.src.sql first and and run the step above again.

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answered 16 Sep '20, 00:32

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