Chris Gamache <cgg007(at)yahoo(dot)com> writes:
> It might not matter one bit that the actual data files are safe and
> sound if the transaction log is corrupted.
There's always pg_resetxlog.
However, if you value data integrity over performance, it'd probably be
better to have data+log on one redundant array than to have data on a
redundant array and log on a single nonredundant disk.
regards, tom lane
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