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File System Restore

I'm running the latest version of PostgreSQL. I backed up one of my
databases following the instructions in the postgresql documentation.
This means that I did shut down postmaster and I tarred the data
directory just like it says to. Now, I'd like to restore the file
system. I started by just copying the data directory back, but that
hasn't worked for me. Can somebody please give me some detailed
directions on restoring the file system correctly. I think the only
thing that is different about this new install of postgresql is that it
is owned by a different user than before. Thanks.

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Nov 23 '05 #1
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