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Coastal's Blog: How to get an up-to-date OSM in PostGIS

Andrew Bailey

Rather than doing a quarterly manual job of downloading a 14Gb+ file, decompressing it (250Gb+) and inserting it into a database it will be a lot easier to download daily (50Mb) OSM change files (.osc) and apply the changes to the existing database.

The instructions below is a modified version of Martin van Exel's tutorial here - https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1paaYsOakgJEYP380R70s4SGYq8ME3ASl-mweVi1DlQ4

url: http://coastalrocket.blogspot.com/2012/09/how-to-get-up-to-date-osm-in-postgis.html

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