[Bucardo-general] De activate and Activate a sync Bucardo

akp geek akpgeek at gmail.com
Wed Feb 24 18:47:47 UTC 2010

Thanks Joshua. One more clarification, if I shutdown the master. Do I have
to deactivate the sync or stop bucardo_ctl on the slave , so that when
master is brought backup, then I will restart the bucardo_ctl on slave and
changes gets trickle down..

The reason I am asking, I was asked to set up pg_standby also on the master.
that's why


On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 1:09 PM, Joshua Tolley <josh at endpoint.com> wrote:

>  On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 01:00:25PM -0500, akp geek wrote:
> >    Hi All -
> >
> >             Currently the replication that I have setup has been
> successfully
> >    running. However , I need to bounce the replicated (SLAVE ) database
> for
> >    some maintainance. If I shut down the DB and restart the bucardo_ctl,
> will
> >    it pick up the changes from master DB.
> The database triggers are all that's required to record changes, so as long
> as
> the master database is running, it will record changes even if the Bucardo
> isn't running. So you should be fine. Once you start Bucardo again, it will
> replicate the recorded changes.
> --
> Josh Tolley  josh at endpoint.com  801-987-0252
> End Point Corporation
> http://www.endpoint.com
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