Make note that if you simply want to load an xml or pbf dump without any filtering/transformation it would probably be faster and less resource-heavy if you used spatialite_osm_raw or spatialite_osm_map from the
spatialite-tools package instead.
The plugin requires spatialite installed as a dynamically-loaded plugin which may be packaged separately from a statically-linked cli executable. Look for
mod_spatialite.so file in your distro's package documentation. On Ubuntu you will need
libsqlite3-mod-spatialite. On Arch it is
You can grab the latest version from here (SHA1: fadd6585bc02837af479014fcf084d31900afab4). Put it in ~/.openstreetmap/osmosis/plugins/ and you are ready to go.
To build it yourself, run:
git clone https://github.com/brthanmathwoag/osmosis-writesqlite.git cd osmosis-writesqlite mvn install
You can reference the plugin in your workflow with the
osmosis --read-pbf germany-latest.osm.pbf \ --write-sqlite output.db recreateSchema=true
|Option||Description||Valid values||Default value|
|recreateSchema||Whether you want to truncate an existing database.||yes, no, true, false||false|
|batchSize||Number of rows inserted in a single transaction. Set to -1 to commit after all rows are inserted. Set to 0 to not use transactions at all.||-1, 0, 1, ...||-1|
|journalMode||SQLite journal mode||OFF, DELETE, MEMORY, PERSIST, TRUNCATE||DELETE|
|synchronousMode||SQLite synchronous mode||OFF, NORMAL, FULL||FULL|
|cacheSize||SQLite cache size (in pages). Set 0 to use SQLite default.||0, 1, ...||0|