Ben Chobot <bench(at)silentmedia(dot)com> writes:
> Today I tried to restore a 70GB database with the standard "pg_dump -h old_server <> | psql -h new_server <>" method. I had 100GB set aside for WAL files, which I figured surely would be enough, because all of the data, including indices, is only 70GB. So I was a bit surprised when the restore hung mis-way because my pg_xlogs directory ran out of space.
> Is it expected that WAL files are less dense than data files?
Yes, that's not particularly surprising ... but how come they weren't
getting recycled? Perhaps you had configured WAL archiving but it was
regards, tom lane
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