Mario Splivalo wrote:
> [TEST REPORT]
> [Release]: 9.0Beta4
> [Test Type]: Feature test
> [Test]: pg_upgrade
> [Platform]: Ubuntu 10.04 64bit
> [Parameters]: Default
> [Failure]: No
> [Results]: pg_upgrade successful
> I run the test on the 6 GB cluster consisting of 6 databases.
> The 'old style' test (pg_dumpall / pg_restore) took around 26 minutes.
> Doing `pg_dump -Fc f` for each database, then recreating databases and
> users on new (9.0b4) cluster, and then pg_restoring databases took 15
> minutes. (Too bad one can't pg_dumpall -Fc).
> Using pg_upgrade the migration took 5 minutes, including 'vacuumdb -aZ'.
> Great tool!
Bruce Momjian <bruce(at)momjian(dot)us> http://momjian.us
+ It's impossible for everything to be true. +
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