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On 06/12/2012 09:57 AM, Magnus Hagander wrote:
If you have a single tablespace you can have pg_basebackup write the output to stdout and then pipe that through pigz.
Yeah, I saw that. Unfortunately we have tiered storage and hence two tablespaces. :(
To be fair, my current process cheats by following symlinks. I haven't yet modified it to explicitly handle tablespaces. I'll probably just steal the directory method pg_basebackup uses until it can natively call an external compression program.
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