Hi Amos

Since the PostgreSQL database stores much more than the links to and previews of the individual datasets, you need to restore it from your PostgreSQL backup file.

Hans-Rudolf



On 02/25/2016 08:53 PM, Raphenya, Amogelang wrote:
Hi All,

Our server hard drive failed and we lost the database which was running
galaxy instance.

But we did NOT loose all the data i.e all the files are there under
the*/galaxy-dist *directory.
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Is there a way to reconstruct the database using the data itself.

Please help.

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