Usually the standard location for data is /var/lib/pgsql/data for
So try to restore this directory first and underneath.
Only with that you can hopefully restore the whole system assuming that
if tablespaces were creates are under the standard location.
I would ask others to make sure there are no backups, sometimes there is
guy who knows...
On 04/19/2012 10:47 AM, Nagaraj Shindagi wrote:
> Hi team,
> i am nagaraj, i am newbi in this database world. i required your help.
> 2 dyas back i formatted one of my client system. which is having
> postgresql 8.2 database & that was having data. but i am not taken
> backup of the data.
> 1) how to take the data from the formatted harddisk. ?
> 2) how many folders or files will be their at base folder. When we
> install postgresql 8.2?
> 3) how to identify which folder contain which file. ?
> Please help it is very urgent.
> thanks and regards
> Nagaraj V Shindagi
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