|23 Sep 2020:||New Website for Osm2pgsql|
|28 Jul 2020:||Release 1.3.0|
Osm2pgsql imports OpenStreetMap data into a PostgreSQL/PostGIS database. It is an essential part of many rendering toolchains, the Nominatim geocoder and other applications processing OSM data.
- Flexible configuration
Clean up and convert the OSM data in any way you like before importing into the database. Database table names, column structure, data types, can all be configured the way your application or style needs it.
- Stay up-to-date with OSM
An osm2pgsql database can be updated from OSM change files. If you want to, you can keep your database current with only a few minutes delay from the main OSM database.
- Valid Geometries
Osm2pgsl creates point, line, polygon, and multipolygon geometries from OSM data and makes sure they are always valid.
Osm2pgsql is a command line program written in portable C++. It works on Linux, Windows, and macOS.
- Many OSM input formats
Process OSM files of any type (in XML, PBF, or O5M format).
- Any Projection
Import geometries in Lon/Lat (WGS84), Web Mercator (most popular format for map tiles), or any other projection.
- Support for hstore and JSON
Use hstore and JSON(B) PostgreSQL data types to store the complete set of tags of an OSM object in a single database column.
- Resource friendly
You can run a database with all OpenStreetMap data for the whole planet on a single, reasonable-sized machine.
Developing and supporting osm2pgsql takes a huge amount of effort. We thank the following companies and organizations for their support: