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PITR in Windows

PITR in Windows

PITR in Windows

(OP)
I've been struggling to learn how to do a PITR in Windows.  I can create the archive and I can start and stop the back but when it comes to creating the recovery.conf file, something seems to go wrong.  The command I've been doing is:

restore_command = 'copy C:\\archive\\%f "%p"'  # Windows

..I've also tried the below:

restore_command = 'copy C:\\archive\\%f "%p"'  # Windows
restore_command = 'copy C:\\archive\\"%f" "%p"'  # Windows
restore_command = 'copy "C:\\archive\\%f" "%p"'  # Windows
restore_command = 'copy C:\\archive/%f "%p"'  # Windows
restore_command = 'copy C:\\archive/"%f" "%p"'  # Windows

but nothing works.  When I try and start the service, it doesn't start.  Nothing shows in my log files so I don't know what's wrong.

RE: PITR in Windows

(OP)
Permission problem on the Postges install directory.  Fixed.

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