> We have a center in Europe who has just started to use PostgreSQL and was
> asking me if there are any Symantec product or other products that backup
> this type of database.
It doesn't appear to. I've just been through the whole rigmarole of
BackupExec for some Windows Servers, and I couldn't find anything to deal
Just dump Postgres to the File System and backup that dump. Depends on what
your Recovery Point requirements are.
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