"Berislav Lopac" <berislav(dot)lopac(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote
>I have recently reinstalled my Windows mychine, including the
> PostgreSQL server, but (due to a system crash, unrelated to Postgres)
> wasn't able to dump my databases to import them now. However, I have a
> full copy of the original system, including all the files of the
> original Postgres installation.
> Is there a way to restore the databases from the original installation
> into the new one? For example, in MySQL I would be able to just copy
> the data files; is there something similar in Postgres?
If you don't have a tablespace built (i.e. all data are in your initial
data directory), then just like MySQL, you can replace your current data
directory with that folder.
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