I tried with full paths:
su -l postgres -c "/bin/gunzip -c /backup/rms.gz |
su -l postgres -c "/bin/gunzip -c /backup/rms.gz | /usr/bin/psql rms"
su -l postgres -c "/bin/zcat /backup/rms.gz |
su -l postgres -c "/bin/zcat /backup/rms.gz | /usr/bin/psql rms"
same result when it running trough cronjob. Manually everything is fine.
Even I put this commands (without su -l ...) in postgres user crontab,
but same result.
Server is ubuntu 64bit. Does it makes any difference from 32bit in terms
of crontab functionality?
Phillip Smith wrote:
>> su -l postgres -c "gunzip -c /backup/rms.gz | psql rms"
> You could also try:
> /bin/zcat /backup/rms.gz | /usr/local/postgres/bin/psql rms
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