When I select a boundary box for tiles, they don't generate. But when I have the boundary box be the entire world, the tiles generate. When I look at what has been generated, it is a blank world except for the state that I am trying to generate tiles for. I have imported the state into the database, but I can't seem to get tiles to generate when I specify the boundary box. What can I do?

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Can you give more backgroud information? What exactly are you trying to do? What program are you using to generate tiles? Have you followed some guides?

(26 Oct '11, 19:43) Gnonthgol ♦

I am trying to get tiles generated for the southern part of California. I am using Mapnik to generate the tiles. I am following the mapnik guide on the osm wiki.

(26 Oct '11, 19:53) NDFobia1158

Perhaps you have the coordinates in the wrong variables. It happened to me too. If you call a function similar to generate(bbox(x1,y1,x2,y2),zoomlvl, name). Make sure your x's and y's are given correct values.

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edited 26 Oct '11, 19:45

Please look for error messages mapnik produces. Perhaps this similar question can give you some hints: http://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/8506/mapnik-image-generations-returns-error

If you get tiles, but all are empty, perhaps the extent bounds in inc/datasource-settings.xml.inc is wrong.

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