Le 18/02/2010 22:56, Brad Littlejohn a écrit :
> I'm pretty sure that this is a FAQ here, but I'll ask it, just to get confirmation on what I need to do.
> I have a database sitting on a box running PostgreSQL 8.4, checking in at 190GB. I performed a backup of the database, using pg_dump to get the data out of the database. This is a full level 0 backup of the database. I have WAL-based log shipping enabled on that server.
> I just created a second database server that will be a recovery server, compiled and installed PostgreSQL onto it, and restored the full backup taken from the primary database onto it. Since this wasn't a base backup (using tar, cpio, etc.), how would I apply the WAL logs to this secondary server, to get it up to current? All of the documentation I've read so far uses a base backup. Is there any way to apply the logs generated since that backup created by pg_dump to get the secondary database up to current?
Nope, you cannot do that.
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