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OSM Stats

OSM Stats is a system to track and analyze contributions to Missing Maps. It works by streaming OpenStreetMap minutely contributions and deriving per user metrics. The contributions are also grouped based on hashtags in the contribution metadata.

OSM Stats is made up of several repositories:

Project
osm-stats Deployment and log analysis
planet-stream Streaming minute by minute diffs of OSM changesets
osm-stats-worker Processing metrics from changesets
osm-stats-api User metrics API

This will create a stack that processes user metrics and can be accessed through the API. As an example of front end see the MissingMaps project that uses a users and leaderboards repositories to create pages using osm-stats-api.

This repository contains all the files for creating, seeding, and migrating the database, a deployment script and instructions, notes and tools for testing and analyzing logs from processing, a description of the API behind the MissingMaps website, and a tutorial on adding badges to the system.

Database

The database ORM is Bookshelf.js. To initialize the database schema, first install knex with cli

npm install knex -g -s

then run

knex migrate:latest

from the db/migrations directory.

Additional timestamped migration templates can be generated using

knex migrate:make migration_name

The database includes seed data which is necessary for proper operation of the workers. To seed the database, run

knex seed:run

from the db/migrations directory.

For testing purposes, the database can be completely removed, rebuilt and reseeded by running

npm run dbinit

from the project's root directory.

Azure

First, install and configure terraform according to https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-machines/linux/terraform-install-configure.

Next, log in and provision resources defined in deployment/osm-stats.tf. If you wish to override any variables defined therein, create deployment/terraform.tfvars and set variable = "value".

az login

az account show --query "{subscriptionId:id, tenantId:tenantId}"

export ARM_SUBSCRIPTION_ID=<subscription id>
export ARM_TENANT_ID=<tenant id>

# import an existing resource group
terraform import \
  azurerm_resource_group.osm-stats \
  /subscriptions/<subscription id>/resourcegroups/<resource group name>

# generate an execution plan for new resources
terraform plan

# generate / update necessary resources
terraform apply

# initialize Postgres from americanredcross/osm-stats-workers
cd ../osm-stats-workers
DATABASE_URL=<redacted> make db/all

To debug the osm-changes container (within the osm-stats container group):

az container logs \
  --name osm-stats \
  --container-name osm-changes \
  --resource-group <redacted> \
  --follow