On Wednesday, August 22, 2012 12:08:25 PM Maxim Boguk wrote:
> > > Does that mean that file was damaged during rsync?
> > Not necessarily. When did you initially set up that cluster? Normally the
> > file
> > should get zeroed out before its being used. If the cluster was copied
> > improperly (i.e. no pg_start/stop backup or such) it could easily happen.
> > But
> > I would guess that you did it properly?
> That server was master before planned switchover to replica server was
But it was never started up before, do I understand that correctly?
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