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PostgreSQL Database Backup at System Shutdown time in OS Windows XP

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hai,

now we are using batch file for take backup at time of start services and stop services. we need option for take database backup at time

1. System Start
2. System Shutdown

using the windows sechulder, we got the solution (System Start time backup.

Please give solution, how take database backup at time system shutdown using batch file.

regard's

Yogesh
Jul 18 '07 #1
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