I would like to know when the new version of osm2network will be ready. It is supposed that BIG osm files will be able to be converted as well right? Because I have 4 gb memory and I am always out of memory when I try to generate the network for big files...
Thank you in advance and congratulations because you are doing a great job!
Hi folks... Is there a .osm file size limit for conversion? I am trying to convert a 413 Mb file for New South Wales, Australia and it appears to be hanging at the 'read' stage. I have increased the Heap size to 1024 so perhaps I need to be more patient! Has anyone successfully converted a file of this size?
I hope to get this working as it really is a great tool - thanks Eva!
We currently have an in-house version that will work against "any" size. So far I have only tried the state of California which is roughly half the size of Germany (with respect to the OSM content).
The current plan is to have a beta1 version of the ArcGIS Editor for OpenStreetMap 2.1 available shortly after the User Conference. Please watch http://esriurl.com/osmeditor for updates and announcements.
Im in a bit of a rush, because I need to build 3 networks, Budapest, Munich and Bogota, 3 times pedestrian, cycling and vehicular.
The last two are massive, and they crash OSM2NDS even in 8gb W7 machine...
Can I try any beta of the OSMeditor Thomas? or Is there a work around to reduce the size of the OSM files? I meant, removing buildings and all features not required for building the network, for instande buildings and so on?
I really appreciate any advise, time is against me now...!
PS. if you need any feedback on testing and similar let me know :)
highways (ways with the tag highway=*) and their referenced nodes
barriers (nodes with the tag barrier=*)
turn restrictions (relations with the tags type=restriction and restriction=*) with their referenced ways and nodes