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Online manual of render_list

Obtained from render_list -h (the manual page is devoid of content).

Usage: render_list [OPTION] ...

-a, --all render all tiles in given zoom level range instead of reading from STDIN
-f, --force render tiles even if they seem current
-m, --map=MAP render tiles in this map style (defaults to 'default')
-l, --max-load=LOAD sleep if load is this high (defaults to 16)
-s, --socket=SOCKET unix domain socket name for contacting renderd
-n, --num-threads=N the number of parallel request threads, and consequently the number of parallel rendering threads (default 1)
-t, --tile-dir tile cache directory (defaults to '/var/lib/mod_tile'). Has to be consistent with what renderd uses, as it is used (only) for checking if up-to-date tiles exist.
-z, --min-zoom=ZOOM filter input to only render tiles greater or equal to this zoom level (default is 0)
-Z, --max-zoom=ZOOM filter input to only render tiles less than or equal to this zoom level (default is 20)

If you are using --all, and -z and -Z with the same argument, you can restrict the tile range by adding these options:

-x, --min-x=X minimum X tile coordinate
-X, --max-x=X maximum X tile coordinate
-y, --min-y=Y minimum Y tile coordinate
-Y, --max-y=Y maximum Y tile coordinate

Without --all, send a list of tiles to be rendered from STDIN in the format: X Y Z, e.g.

0 0 1
0 1 1
1 0 1
1 1 1

The above would cause all 4 tiles at zoom 1 to be rendered.

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