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[solved]Routing problem Dresden - Prague
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Author:  tryagain [ 02 Nov 2014, 13:50 ]
Post subject:  Re: Routing problem Dresden - Prague

Hi!

tauso wrote:
Just tried it with the curent svn version (5914) and the demo vehicle on windows and the result is:

vehicleprofile: car: no route found
vehicleprofile: car-pedantic: crashes with: GSlice: failed to allocate 4096 bytes


I just tested with "car" profile on linux, current svn (5917) - no problem routing from 51°2'20" N 13°43'11" E to 50°7'30 N 14°30'52" E, map 140930 from our map server.

Your result with pedantic profile means you have run out of memory. This mode is really resource hungry as it attempts to consider each and every routable road in the range.

Can you please verify that you actually use the "car" profile for the test and your map is current? If you have changed your navit.xml especially vehicleprofile sections, please try with default one.

tryagain.

Author:  tauso [ 03 Nov 2014, 11:18 ]
Post subject:  Re: Routing problem Dresden - Prague

Hello and thanks for the reply
tryagain wrote:
Can you please verify that you actually use the "car" profile for the test and your map is current? If you have changed your navit.xml especially vehicleprofile sections, please try with default one.


Just tried it again with new map (30-9-2014) and latest svn-build (5917) and standard navit.xml (only enabled mapset and demo vehicle) for Windows - no luck:
Code:
navit:route_path_update_flags:rebuild graph 00000000 00000000
navit:route_path_new:no route found, pos blocked

Author:  tauso [ 03 Nov 2014, 12:53 ]
Post subject:  Re: Routing problem Dresden - Prague

Problem is solved, thanks to to tip from tryagain.
Changed the default route depth of the "car" vehicleprofile from

Quote:
4:25%,8:40000,18:10000


to

Quote:
6:25%,8:40000,18:10000


and the routing is working again.

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