Tuesday, May 23, 2017
#postgresql #pitrery 1.13 released
pitrery is a set of Bash scripts to manage PITR backups for PostgreSQL.
pitrery automates Continuous Archiving and Point-in-Time Recovery
(PITR) as much as possible with the following goals:
* Handle only PITR. log-shipping and replication are out of scope
* Be as minimally intrusive as possible for archiving
It is free software licensed under the PostgreSQL License and works
with all versions of PostgreSQL from 8.2.
This is a bugfix release, including the following fixes:
* Fix tablespaces links being overwritten by postmaster on 9.5 due to
tablespace_map. This conflicted with our tablespace relocation
* Fix the purge of WAL file that would remove all archives if the stop
file is missing
* Fix backups failing due to incorrect parsing of the stop time when
iso8601 timestamps are used