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comment How to wait between PostgreSQL DB restore and reindexing?
@CraigRinger It is a stable distro (used on many servers), just not available to the public. But yes, it's a problem asking meaningful questions with so much special context.
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comment How to wait between PostgreSQL DB restore and reindexing?
Updated as far as I can from your suggestions - I'll add more info if I manage to reproduce the problem soon. If you make your third comment an answer, then I can accept it. Unfortunately I can't promise to work much longer on this.
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comment How to wait for PostgreSQL to be startable / restorable?
We're running postmaster to start the daemon, and it doesn't seem to have such an option.
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comment How to wait for PostgreSQL to be startable / restorable?
@dezso Nope, initdb is run synchronously, so when the server is started initdb is already finished successfully.
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