Hi Steeve,
> Il 09/01/14 22:10, Steeve Lennmark ha scritto:
> That's a much better solution, I attached a patch with the updated code.
> # SELECT oid, pg_tablespace_location(oid) FROM pg_tablespace;
> [...]
>  16388 | /tmp/tblspc1
>  16389 | /tmp/tblspc2

I'd suggest, a similar solution to the one we have adopted in Barman (if
you don't know it: www.pgbarman.org), that is:

--tablespace NAME:LOCATION [--tablespace NAME:location]

I prefer this over the location on the master as this might change over
time (at least more frequently than the tablespace name) and over servers.

> $ pg_basebackup -Xs -D backup/data -T /tmp/tblspc1:$(pwd)/backup/t1 -T
> /tmp/tblspc2:$(pwd)/backup/t2

With the above example, it would become:

$ pg_basebackup -Xs -D backup/data -T tblspc1:$(pwd)/backup/t1 -T


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