On Thu, 2010-04-29 at 15:29 -0600, Eric Langheinrich wrote:
> I'm looking for options to recover data from a crashed postgres
> database server. We recently had a solid state storage device blow up
> taking the database server with it.
> The database is version 8.3, the pg_clog, pg_xlog and subdirectories
> of pg_tblspc were wiped out with the crashed storage device. We do
> have the files under /data/base.
> pgfsck looked like the right tool for the job, but seems to be
> outdated and lacking support for 8.3
> I'm open to all options including outsourcing the data recovery. Any
> help is appreciated.
2ndQuadrant offers commercial data recovery services for people in your
position. We'd be happy to help and regrettably have considerable
experience. If you're interested, please contact us direct/off-list.
Simon Riggs www.2ndQuadrant.com
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