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Old 10-26-2012, 07:53 AM
alequoy alequoy is offline
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Hello,

To check the mistakes on the bridges Avaya 6200, I need to access or get the MX database under PostgreSQL. The goal is to find the best to solutions extract these data on all bridges Avaya 6200 (it's about 37 bridges)

I saw, you made a backup of MX database each day on /var/usr3/BACKUPS

looking like : bridgedb_full_1351108801_25Oct20120400.pgc.gz

my question is how to import this file on PostGreSQL server ?

Or maybe you make an other backup in one other directory ?


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Old 10-31-2012, 03:08 AM
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have you tried PG_RESTORE command.

if you are not used to PG DBs then best way for you to do is to Install WEBMIN (www.webmin.com) and then it gives you gui option to browse databases, backup and restore, all in GUI in simplest form.
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