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asked How can I prevent the proliferation of stale/false RabbitMQ connection objects in the management plugin without upgrading the server?
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comment “Never take kernel updates” — Any truth to this?
Here's the referenced Linus story. It's an interesting look into FOSS project administration at scale: developers.slashdot.org/story/12/12/29/018234/…
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comment How can I force a merge of all WAL files in pg_xlog back into my base “data” directory?
Are you saying that when I issue the stop command to the database server, all of the WALs in the pg_xlog directory get applied to the base data set? If so, why aren't they then deleted? The same is true for CHECKPOINT commands; I can issue one, and the WALs contained in pg_xlog shift by one sometimes (the oldest vanishes and a new one is created), but the volume stays the same, as per checkpoint_segments.
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answered Puppet 2.7: Can I set up a puppet:// fileserver with Apache on a non-puppetmaster?
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comment How can I force a merge of all WAL files in pg_xlog back into my base “data” directory?
Ideally, the procedure I am looking for could be run on a server post-restoration of a filesystem level backup, and would flush WAL segments shipped with the backup, as well.
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