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Re: Dump and Restore

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Subject: Re: Dump and Restore
Date: 2004-08-24 13:57:03
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One way is to create another instance of your PG server,
using a different PGDATA path.
So your actual data won't be overwriten.

Luc

> How can I do a test if my dumping is really working, I
> can't apply the dump in my database, because it will
> overwrite a lot of data. I was thinking about restore
> in another database name, but I can't, it always
> restore on the original database.
>
> Somebody have a cooking recipe about to test if my
> backup is working fine, and will help if I need
> sometime?
>
> Thanks for all of you!
>
> Eduardo S. Fontanetti
>
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