On 6/6/2012 2:35 AM, Daniel Verite wrote:
> Aleksander Rozman wrote:
>> Now I am not sure two of this directories are old databases, but I think
>> they are... Is there a way to register one of this databases into new
>> installation (I am sure that directory "1" is old postgres database, and
>> "11563" is my database I want to save, and "11564" is new postgresql
>> database (this is only directory with new date).
> Actually 1, 11563 and 11564 are what you get with a fresh new installation.
> On a 8.4 install on Ubuntu, the corresponding databases are:
> SELECT oid, datname from pg_database where oid in (1,11563,11564);
> oid | datname
> 1 | template1
> 11563 | template0
> 11564 | postgres
> Also normally initdb wouldn't work on a non-empty data directory, anyway.
> I'd say that either the old data directory has been moved aside at some point
> of the upgrade procedure, or it has been wiped out :(
> Best regards,
Problem is that upgrade of Ubuntu failed at some point, and after that I
did clean install... So database probably got deleted at some point.
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