[info] Parsing in progress..
[info] input file generated by osmium/1.8.0
[info] timestamp: 2019-09-14T20:15:02Z
[info] Using profile api version 4
[info] Found 3 turn restriction tags:
[info]   motorcar
[info]   motor_vehicle
[info]   vehicle
[info] Parse relations ...
[info] Parse ways and nodes ...
[info] Using profile api version 4
[info] Using profile api version 4
[info] Using profile api version 4
[info] RAM: peak bytes used: 4191161856
[error] [exception] std::bad_alloc
[error] Please provide more memory or consider using a larger swapfile

this the Error i am getting when i try to extract osrm pbf file help my server is virtual 60 Gb ram 2 TB

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For an osrm installation covering the planet (based on the used lua profile, car is the smallest, biking and walking are much larger in memory needed) you'll need at least 256GB of memory (and with the data in 2022, even that won't be enough anymore. The sample installation by routing.openstreetmap.de cuts up the planet in smaller areas and uses 3 servers with 256gb each - one wouldn't do a full planet anymore).

In general: vps won't help much if you want a full planet install (be it for a map, nominatim or osrm). And you won't be able to install more than one service on a dedicated server.

E.g. see here: https://github.com/Project-OSRM/osrm-backend/issues/6146 where 64gb of memory is not enough to do an Europe extract.

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answered 15 Feb, 08:38

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edited 15 Feb, 08:41

i managed to do Africa only thats fine with me coz i need Africa only

(15 Feb, 18:47) gramzrah
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