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Login to dcs0 and dcs2 as needed as postgres/production.

NOTE: to use like jim after su - postgres (newuser1):
> csh
> source .jimalias

NOTE!! For dcs1: Substitute dcs1 for dcs0 below and 5431 for 5430

Stop dcs0 DB on dcs0: pg_ctl -D /var/lib/pgsql/dcs0_data -m fast stop

Stop dcs0/dcs1 warm standby on dcs2:
pg_ctl -D /var/lib/pgsql/dcs0_data/ stop -m fast

Make sure no /tmp/pgsql.trigger.5430 on dcs2

Login to dcs0 as postgres
> ls -1 / | grep WALarchive | wc -l
1
NOTE: the original dcs0 will return 1. Orig dcs2 converted to dcs0 returns 0.

If (0) then
  cp configfiles/postgresql.conf.dcs0.0 dcs0_data/postgresql.conf
  rm -f  /data/WALarchive/5430/*

if (1) then
  cp configfiles/postgresql.conf.dcs0.1 dcs0_data/postgresql.conf
  rm -f  /WALarchive/5430/*

Restart the dcs0 database to create WAL archives:
> pg_ctl -D /var/lib/pgsql/dcs0_data/ start

Begin the backup process on dcs0:
> psql -p 5430 -c "select pg_start_backup('2010-03-15')"
Create a tar archive of the system data directory:
> tar -czvf dcs0_backup.tar.gz dcs0_data/
Stop the backup process on dcs0:
> psql -p 5430 -c "select pg_stop_backup()"
Copy the archive file from dcs0 to dcs2:
> scp dcs0_backup.tar.gz postgres@dcs2:/var/lib/pgsql/
Now login to dcs2 as postgres:
> rm -rf dcs0_data
Uncompress the archive file:
> tar -xzvf dcs0_backup.tar.gz
> ls -1 / | grep WALarchive | wc -l
0

if(0) then
  cp configfiles/recovery.conf.dcs0.0 dcs0_data/recovery.conf
  cp configfiles/postgresql.conf.dcs0.ws dcs0_data/postgresql.conf
if(1) then
  cp configfiles/recovery.conf.dcs0.1 dcs0_data/recovery.conf
  cp configfiles/postgresql.conf.dcs0.ws dcs0_data/postgresql.conf
Remove the postmaster.pid file:
> rm dcs0_data/postmaster.pid
> chmod 700 /var/lib/pgsql/dcs0_data/
Start the dcs0 warm standby server, execute the command:
> pg_ctl -D /var/lib/pgsql/dcs0_data/ start
The server should go into recovery mode and stay there.
This msg is ok:
 LOG:  could not create IPv6 socket: Address family not supported by protocol

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Now as user production on dcs0:

See the file /home/production/cvs/JSOC/doc/whattodo_dcs.txt


Karen Tian
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