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Due to a accidental config file check-in, a unit test wiped out our entire production database (did a drop, then re-created the tables). Trying to restore from backup revealed the recent backups were corrupted and the only valid backup we have is just over 1 year old.

What are my options for recovering the data (if any exist)? Autovacuum may have been turned on. I saw a tool pg_dirtyread, but it appears to require Postgres 9.1 or higher, and from what I can tell does not help with drop/create table scenarios.

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    Before/instead of doing anything on that machine, consult some professionals of saving PostgreSQL databases. – dezso Jan 27 '15 at 9:29
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    Best of luck... – Philᵀᴹ Jan 27 '15 at 10:00

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