> I agree with you, but I will have two servers : one will be the file
> server, the primary controller of the active directory, and the backup
> of postgresql; the other one will be the postgresql server and the
> backup of the file server and active directory.
> So restoring from this situation does not only require postgresql
> knoledge, it requires a full understanding of our network structure,
> applications, configurations, etc...
> But you have a point that having a contact for postgresql support is a
> very good idea anyway !
Here ya go:
(DISCLAIMER: I represent the company)
Joshua D. Drake
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