> Anyway, from this POV all we really need to know is that the device
> hosting this tablespace failed to mount when the machine was rebooted,
> and then postgres restarted.
Good to know postgresql had nothing to do with the missing data. I
wasn't sure if it was user error, config problem or hardware.
From my experience, it doesn't really matter if you have a
sophisticated SAN or put together an ad-hoc nas/das solution, storage
likes to bite you. The only thing that helps me sleep at night is sound
replication and backups (in some cases triple redundancy with aging data
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