On Sat, 2005-09-17 at 02:49, Marcin Giedz wrote:
> This is what I have now: postgresql 8.0.1 - database weights about 60GB
> and increases about 2GB per week. Nowadays I do backup every day -
> according to simple procedure (pg_start_backup:rsync
> data:pg_stop_backup:save wals produced during backup). On 1Gb internal
> network it usually takes me about 1h to perform this procedure.
> But what if my database has ~200GB and more (I know this is a future
> :D)? From my point of view it won't be good idea to copy entire database
> to backup array. I would like to here opinions about this case - what do
> you propose? Maybe some of you already do something like this?
I'd look at using PITR replication, with a monthly or so fresh, whole
backup instead of a whole backup every day.
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