I used rsync to create a base backup. Though I have 10 huge tables
(min 1GB each) that are modified several times a second, thus creating
a base backup hourly means I have to sync arround 10G each time (which
is pretty time consuming).
I do not want to use the standby server. This is why I am pretty happy
with stop - start + recover.
I cannot base backup anymore :(
Is there any other possibility? I cannot use slony or buccardo as I
don't control the number of databases or tables.
I think the best approach is pgpool2 but there seems to be issues with
sequences and those tables depend upon these sequences.
On Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 5:14 PM, Kevin Grittner
> Dragos Valentin Moinescu <dragos(dot)moinescu(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
>> Where can I find information about how to modify the postgresql
>> server in order to allow this in 8.2.17?
> You haven't exactly said what "this" is, but I am inferring that you
> want to bring your standby up to run read-only queries once per
> hour, and then resume replication? If so, you could either consider
> one of the many replication solutions:
> or you could follow your current practice, but get a fresh base
> backup each time, and start the warm standby over again. If you use
> rsync with a daemon you will probably be surprised how quickly you
> can acquire the new base backup.
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