Barman 1.3.3

A backup and recovery tool for PostgreSQL databases
Barman is the ideal solution for database admins running PostgreSQL.

It provides lots of tools and features for ensuring a PostgreSQL database's data won't get lost due to various reasons and errors ranging from natural disasters to hardware problems.

Main features:

  • Full backup of a PostgreSQL database
  • Point-In-Time-Recovery (PITR)
  • Backup multiple PostgreSQL servers at a time
  • Remote backups
  • Remote recoveries
  • Management of WAL files
  • SSH support
  • rsync over ssh support
  • File synchronisation over rsync
  • File transfers over rsync
  • Compression of files in bzip2, gzip or custom archive formats
  • Local storage of metadata
  • INI config-driven
  • Retention policies
  • Backup general database information
  • Backup disk usage information
  • Local recovery
  • Server diagnostics tool
  • Server status reporting

last updated on:
August 21st, 2014, 21:22 GMT
license type:

GPL: GNU General Public License

developed by:
2ndQuadrant Italia
operating system(s):
Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
C: \ Database Tools
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What's New in version 1.0.0
  • Added the 'recover' command which performs local recovery of a given backup, allowing DBAs to specify a point in time. The 'recover' command supports relocation of both the PGDATA directory and, where applicable, the tablespaces.
  • Added the '--remote-ssh-command' option to the 'recover' command for remote recovery of a backup. Remote recovery does not currently support relocation of tablespaces.
  • Added the 'list-server' command that lists all the active servers that have been configured in Barman.
  • Added the 'show-server' command that shows the relevant information for a given server, including all configuration options.
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