On Fri, 2008-01-25 at 11:34 +1100, Phillip Smith wrote:
> > 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.
The design of the PITR system allows a product-agnostic backup. Anything
that can backup a file can backup PostgreSQL. There is no need for
special certifications of hologram logos.
You may need to write a few lines of script to do it, but that's not a
So you can use pg_dump or PITR, as you choose.
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