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RENDER_LIST(1) General Commands Manual RENDER_LIST(1)

NAME

render_list - renders a list of map tiles by sending requests to a rendering daemon.

SYNOPSIS

render_list [options]<render.list

DESCRIPTION

This manual page briefly documents the render_list command.

render_list is a helper utility that takes a list of map tiles from stdin and sends the requests to a rendering daemon

OPTIONS

This program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below.
-a|--all
Render all tiles in given zoom level range instead of reading from STDIN.
-f|--force
Render tiles even if they seem current.
-m|--map=MAP
Render tiles in this map (defaults to 'default').
-l|--max-load=LOAD
Sleep if load is this high (defaults to 16).
-s|--socket=SOCKET
Unix domain socket name for contacting renderd.
-n|--num-threads=N
The number of parallel request threads (default 1).
-t|--tile-dir
Tile cache directory (defaults to '/var/lib/mod_tile').
-z|--min-zoom=ZOOM
Filter input to only render tiles greater or equal to this zoom level (default is 0).
-Z|--max-zoom=ZOOM
Filter input to only render tiles less than or equal to this zoom level (default is 20).

If you are using --all, you can restrict the tile range by adding these options: -x, --min-x=X minimum X tile coordinate -X, --max-x=X maximum X tile coordinate -y, --min-y=Y minimum Y tile coordinate -Y, --max-y=Y maximum Y tile coordinate

Without --all, send a list of tiles to be rendered from STDIN in the format: X Y Z
e.g. 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1
The above would cause all 4 tiles at zoom 1 to be rendered

SEE ALSO

renderd(8), mod_tile(1).

AUTHOR

render_list was written by OpenStreetMap project members.

This manual page was written by OpenStreetMap authors.

April 25, 2013