> hi all.
> just coming up to speed on the idea-basics, but thought i'd ask (*while* i rtfm ...) if "it" can
> be done in/with pgadmin3.
> i've numerous boxes with pgsql instances, and the usual assortment of DBs/box.
> backing up, til now, has been script-driven, each box being backed up separately ... but, now,
> getting to be tedious/messy.
> i'd like to back up to a central server, with version control.
> from irc chat, sounds like the right way to do this is connect from local to remote, pg_dump
> remote db to local disk over network, and implement "point in time recovery" (cref:
> in principle, all doable via shell script ...
> doable/automated via pgadmin3?
PITR and pg_dump are two different concepts, both allowing online
backup. You could run the backup processes using the pgAgent scheduler,
which would provide handling integrated in other db related tasks, i.e.
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