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Restore-point?

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Is it possible to restore a database previously backed-up with "dump", and then recover some of the changes made after the backup, until a specific timestamp, by using some sort of "journal"? Is there such a feature in Postgresql?

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Nov 12 '05 #1
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Philippe Lang wrote:
Hello,

Sorry if this post was sent twice.

Is it possible to restore a database previously backed-up with
"dump", and then recover some of the changes made after the
backup, until a specific timestamp, by using some sort of
"journal"? Is there such a feature in Postgresql?


You are asking for point-in-time recovery. We are working on adding
that, maybe for 7.5.

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