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RENDER_LIST(1) General Commands Manual RENDER_LIST(1)


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


render_list [options]<render.list


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


This program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below.
Render all tiles in given zoom level range instead of reading from STDIN.
Render tiles even if they seem current.
Render tiles in this map (defaults to 'default').
Sleep if load is this high (defaults to 16).
Unix domain socket name for contacting renderd.
The number of parallel request threads (default 1).
Tile cache directory (defaults to '/var/lib/mod_tile').
Filter input to only render tiles greater or equal to this zoom level (default is 0).
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


renderd(8), mod_tile(1).


render_list was written by OpenStreetMap project members.

This manual page was written by OpenStreetMap authors.

April 25, 2013