liteserv(1) serve tiles using TileLite


liteserv mapfile [ options ]


This manual page documents briefly the liteserv command. litserv is a development server that serves tiles rendered by Mapnik using TileLite.


-h, --help
Show summary of options.
-i HOST, --ip=HOST
Specify an IP address to listen on (defaults to
-p PORT, --port=PORT
Specify a custom port to run on: eg. 8080.
Specify the use of a custom TileLite config file to override default settings. By default looks for a file in the current directory called tilelite.cfg.
-s SIZE, --size=SIZE
Specify a custom tile size (defaults to 256).
-b BUFFER_SIZE, --buffer-size=BUFFER_SIZE
Specify a custom map buffer_size (defaults to 128).
-z MAX_ZOOM, --max-zoom=MAX_ZOOM
Max zoom level to support (defaults to 22).
-f FORMAT, --format=FORMAT
Specify a custom image format (png or jpeg) (defaults to png).
Use paletted/8bit PNG (defaults to False).
-d DEBUG, --debug=DEBUG
Run in debug mode (defaults to True).
-c, --caching
Turn on tile caching mode (defaults to False).
Path to tile cache directory (defaults to /tmp).
Force regeneration of tiles while in caching mode (defaults to False).
If werkzeug is installed, number of rendering processes to allow.


TileLite was written by Dane Springmeyer <[email protected]>.

This manual page was written by David Paleino <[email protected]>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others).