Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of CookbookCloningDjango


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Timestamp:
05/12/06 10:05:46 (9 years ago)
Author:
martin maney
Comment:

you forgot pg_dump(1)

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    2424With a little script magic and/or an assist from a code management system like svn, this process can be streamlined substantially. If you need to clone a highly available system, then you need to look into commercial grade database replication software that can copy the original host database elsewhere without shutting it down.
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     26As an alternative to throwing money at a commercial databse vendor (which one is supported by Django, anyway?), you might want to look at the man page for pg_dump(1).  That would still leave a minimal bootstrap setuip of the clone database so that you had privileges to restore the dump over there.  -- mjm
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