tilestache-clean Man page

TILESTACHE-CLEAN(1) General Commands Manual TILESTACHE-CLEAN(1)

NAME

tilestache-clean – clean tiles from a TileStache cache

SYNOPSIS

tilestache-clean [options] zoom…

DESCRIPTION

This manual page documents briefly the tilestache-clean command.

tilestache-clean is used to clean tiles from a TileStache cache.

Cleans a single layer in your TileStache configuration – no images are
returned, and TileStache ends up with an empty in selected areas cache.
Bounding box is given as a pair of lat/lon coordinates, e.g. “37.788
-122.349 37.833 -122.246”. Output is a list of tile paths as they are
created.

The zoom option is a space separated list of zoom levels which will be
cleaned. e.g. 12 13 14 15 will clean zooms 12 through 15. Many shells
allow you to use {a..b} which will expand to a list of numbers a though
to b. Required.

REQUIRED

OPTIONS

-c, –config file
Path to configuration file. Required.

-l, –layer layer
Layer name from configuration. “ALL” is a special value that
will clean all layers in turn. If you have an actual layer named
“ALL”, use “ALL LAYERS” instead. Required.

-b, –bbox south west north east
Bounding box in floating point geographic coordinates. Required.

OPTIONS

-h, –help Show summary of options.

-p, –padding padding
Extra margin of tiles to add around bounded area. Default value
is 0 (no extra tiles).

-e, –extension extension
Optional file type for rendered tiles. Default value is ‘png’.

-f, –progress-file file
Optional JSON progress file that gets written on each iteration,
so you don’t have to pay close attention.

-q Suppress chatty output, –progress-file works well with this.

-i, –include-path path
Add the following colon-separated list of paths to Python’s
include path (aka sys.path)

–tile-list file
Optional file of tile coordinates, a simple text list of Z/X/Y
coordinates. Overrides –bbox and –padding.

SEE ALSO

tilestache-seed

AUTHOR

TileStache was written by Michal Migurski .

This manual page was written by Andrew Harvey , for the Debian project (and may be used by others).

Sep 23, 2012 TILESTACHE-CLEAN(1)