Difference between revisions of "Disable Database Backup"

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# Disable the cron job on the backup (or if it's dead as in totally dead, don't worry.  
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# Disable the cron job on the backup (or if it's dead as in totally dead, don't worry. Instructions [[Disable DB Failover | here]].
# Set archive_mode = off on postgresql.conf on the master.
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# Set archive_mode = off in /etc/postgresql/<Postgresql-version>/postgresql.conf on the master.
 
# Restart Pg on the master.  
 
# Restart Pg on the master.  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:45, 24 July 2017

  1. Disable the cron job on the backup (or if it's dead as in totally dead, don't worry. Instructions here.
  2. Set archive_mode = off in /etc/postgresql/<Postgresql-version>/postgresql.conf on the master.
  3. Restart Pg on the master.