Thanks for spare time for me. Nowadays I deployed the OSM tile server on Ubuntu.(I followed this guide https://www.linuxbabe.com/ubuntu/install-osrm-ubuntu-20-04-open-source-routing-machine) And I think my OSM data is updated daily successfully. My problem is is there any way to check the daily updated status of OSM data? I mean is there any way to write console log to confirm OSM data updated daily?

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Are you talking about an OSM tile server or an OSRM routing server? Those are totally different tools...

By the link you provided it sounds as if you installed an OSRM routing server, not a OSM tile server.

(20 Jul, 15:29) Spiekerooger

I meant OSM tile server https://www.linuxbabe.com/ubuntu/osm-nominatim-geocoding-server-ubuntu-20-04 I followed step6 and step7

(20 Jul, 16:38) Andy Leong

You might have just pasted the wrong link in there, but https://www.linuxbabe.com/ubuntu/osm-nominatim-geocoding-server-ubuntu-20-04 is NOT a tile server, it's nominatim.

(20 Jul, 17:28) SomeoneElse ♦

I believe that the answer for an OSM routing server is "just run the process again, perhaps in a week's time".

The answer for an OSM tile server will likely be one of the "Updating your database as people edit" entries at https://switch2osm.org/serving-tiles/. There are 3 there that match various scenarios.

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