|From:||Roland Hughes <roland(at)logikalsolutions(dot)com>|
|Subject:||Add pre-existing tablespace to new installation|
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I have had a question for some time and cannot seem to find an answer.
Is there a way to add pre-existing tablespace to a fresh Postgres install?
Typically I create tablespace on some TB drives and place all databases there.
The default OpenSuSE 64-bit and Ubuntu 64-bit installations have Postgres
looking at the root drive. I don't have a problem with that, but do want the
ability to add tablespace (including all of its stored data) which was already
in existence prior to the re-install/new-install.
I can do this with commercial products like RDB on OpenVMS.
I'm trying to avoid the pain of unload/recreate/reload when upgrading OS
versions. In many cases, they don't even change the Postgres version.
Unloading multiple TB of binary data to text then reloading is a major
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