On Thu, Mar 22, 2012 at 5:58 PM, Debanjan Bhattacharyya <
> I have two queries on WAL archiving.
> I am using Postgres 8.2 and I have successfully setup a primary
> hot-standy (with continuous recovery from WAL files) db pair.
> I want to find the time stamp and name of last WAL archive applied by
> the HOT standby db in continuous recovery mode.
> I also need to find out if currently the recovery is held up because
> the standby db is missing a archive
> Here your best friend will be pg_controldata <hot_standby_data_directory>.
In output you need see "Database cluster state: " is "in recovery mode"
and "Time of latest checkpoint:", "Minimum recovery ending location:"
> I have gone through the documentations and could not find the
> information on how to find the above information from the standby db.
> Can you please guide me as to where I can find this information or
> post this question?
> Debanjan Bhattacharyya
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