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[mkgmap-dev] Overflowed directory error

From Carlos Dávila cdavilam at jemila.jazztel.es on Fri Aug 21 15:48:51 BST 2009

Clinton Gladstone escribió:
> 2009/8/21 Carlos Dávila <cdavilam at jemila.jazztel.es>:
>> Hello all
>> While compiling a map from 6 tiles obtained with splitter (manually
>> adjusted areas.list) I get the following error:
>> GRAVE (BlockManager): overflowed directory with max block 65534,
>> current=65535
>> There is not enough room in a single garmin map for all the input data
>>   The .osm file should be split into smaller pieces first.
>> I guess I must split some of the tiles but, how to know which one? Does
>> it depend on the size (in MB) of the resulting maps?
> My understanding is that this is not directly related to the size in
> MB of the map, but of the complexity of the individual tiles (number
> of nodes, etc.). Normally, if you use splitter to automatically
> generate the tiles, you can lower the --max-nodes values until the map
> correctly compiles.
> However in your case, since you are using a manually adjusted
> areas.list file, you cannot do this so easily. But since mkgmap
> normally generates the tiles more or less sequentially, can you not
> see on which .img file mkgmap died?
In a first sight all maps seemed to be correct, at least in MapSource,
but some route calculation is not working. I'll reduce the bbox of some
tiles and see what happens.
> Hope this helps.
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