I'm putting together a web app that uses PostGRES as a backend and I'm
looking for comments on backup strategy.
The entire web app, (Tomcat and PostGRES), will be run in a virtual
machine. I was thinking about quiescing the DB, then copying the files that
make up the virtual machine to some network attached backup store. This
will be done once a day.
I ask this august body, based on your experiences, does this sound like a
reasonable plan, or would doing something like running pgdump be better, or
Thanks for the help one and all.
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