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pg_back is a simple backup script for PostgreSQL. FEATURES -------- pg_back uses pg_dumpall to dump roles and tablespaces, pg_dump to dump each selected database to a separate file. The custom format of pg_dump is used by default. A configuration file, by default /etc/pg_back/pg_back.conf, can hold the configuration to automate the backup. Most options can be overridden on the command line. Databases to dump can be specified in the configuration file or on the command line. A list of databases can also be excluded. Database templates can be included, with the exception of template0, because connection to it are forbidden by default. The purpose of the script is to allow unattended backups, thus a purge time can be configured to avoid running out of disk space in the backup directory. It is set to 30 days by default. A minimum number of backups can also be kept. If running on a standby database, il will pause replication for the duration of the dump. The script is working out of the box, but you should consider editing it to fit your needs. USAGE ----- It is best to run it as the postgres user. For example : pg_back -b /var/lib/pgsql/9.3/backups See the help with pg_back -?. DEVELOPMENT ----------- The source code is available on github: https://github.com/orgrim/pg_back pg_back is developped by Nicolas Thauvin <email@example.com> under a classic 2 clauses BSD license. See license block in the script.