On Wed, 2008-12-10 at 14:23 +0200, zz_11(at)mail(dot)bg wrote:
> I am using pg 8.3 and configured warm standby server. It is working
> well, but my db is relative big ( ~ 40 GB).
> Is it possible to stop running "Warm standby server" and when it
> starts again to continue executing WALs from the stop moment.
> I'm using following command to stop the server:
> kill -SIGINT `head -1 /POSTGRESQL_DATA_DIR/postmaster.pid`
> but when it starts again there is broken link
> "/POSTGRESQL_DATA_DIR/pg_xlog/RECOVERYHISTORY" which points to the
> following missing file "/WAL_ARCHIVE_DIR/00000001.history"
> i wonder if it is fatal or not?
> I will not to start the process ot making the base backup and send it
> to my warm standby server. My warm standby server is on diferent
> location connected via slow connection.
Simon Riggs www.2ndQuadrant.com
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