Tom Lane wrote:
> Zach Bagnall <zach(dot)bagnall(at)bulletinwireless(dot)com> writes:
>>> Seriously though, the PITR recovery mechanism is quite mature and usable.
>> I would say it is a good start - and progress is clearly being made. But
>> it wont be "usable" for most serious applications until we have
>> per-database transaction logging and backup recovery.
> Don't hold your breath; that's not even on the agenda, much less
> something that's likely to appear soon. If you need separable recovery
> then run a different postmaster instance for each database.
I would have to concur... if you need such a feature I would wonder why
you are running multiple databases within the same cluster at all.
Joshua D. Drake
> regards, tom lane
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