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It turns out the time stamps on the velodyne point clouds were off by about 600 seconds from the time stamps on the odometry messages. Subscribing to velodyne_points, changing the time stamps to ros::Time::now(), republishing the clouds on a new topic and using octomap_server with that new topic worked.