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Announcing Barman 1.3.1

Announcing Barman 1.3.1

Barman, International News
Version 1.3.1 of Barman, Backup and Recovery Manager for PostgreSQL, has been released. Barman now supports concurrent backup from PostgreSQL 9.2 and 9.3 servers, using the pgespresso extension, allowing users to issue backups from a streaming replicated standby server. Read the full announcement at http://www.pgbarman.org/barman-1-3-1-released/. Many thanks for funding towards the development of this release go to Adyen (www.adyen..com). About Barman Barman (Backup and Recovery Manager) is an open source administration tool for disaster recovery of PostgreSQL servers written in Python. It allows your organisation to perform remote backups of multiple servers in business critical environments and help DBAs during the recovery phase. Barman's most requested features include (more…)
Announcing Barman 1.3.0

Announcing Barman 1.3.0

Barman, International News
Version 1.3.0 of Barman, Backup and Recovery Manager for PostgreSQL, has been released, making the tool more robust through a new code infrastructure in terms of output, subprocesses, remote commands, file system, events (‘hooks’) and metadata management. Barman now supports: hook scripts before and after archiving a WAL file network compression of remote backup and recovery operations immediate checkpoint at backup time Read the full announcement at http://www.pgbarman.org/barman-1-3-0-released/. Many thanks for funding towards the development of this release go to Ecometer (www.ecometer.it), Agile Business Group (www.agilebg.com) and a French company (that prefers to remain anonymous). About Barman Barman (Backup and Recovery Manager) is an open source (more…)
Announcing Barman 1.2.3

Announcing Barman 1.2.3

Barman, International News
Version 1.2.3 of Barman, Backup and Recovery Manager for PostgreSQL, has been released, adding support for the upcoming PostgreSQL 9.3. Read the full announcement at http://www.pgbarman.org/barman-1-2-3-released/. About Barman Barman (Backup and Recovery Manager) is an open source administration tool for disaster recovery of PostgreSQL servers written in Python. It allows your organisation to perform remote backups of multiple servers in business critical environments and help DBAs during the recovery phase. Barman's most requested features include backup catalogues, retention policies, remote recovery, archiving and compression of WAL files and backups (more…)

Barman 1.1.2 released

Barman, International News
Version 1.1.2 of Barman, backup and recovery manager for PostgreSQL, has been officially released and is publicly available for download. This minor release includes: Support for the "configuration_files_directory" option that allows to include multiple server configuration files from a directory Support for special backup IDs: latest, last, oldest, first Management of multiple servers to the 'list-backup' command: 'barman list-backup all' now list backups for all the configured servers. Support for "application_name" management for PostgreSQL >= 9.0 Fix of bug #18: ignore missing WAL files if not found during delete Download and general information You can find more information on Barman at www.pgbarman.org. Download: Sources RPMs for RHEL/CentOS 5 (dependencies (more…)

Barman explained in a 83 seconds spot

Gabriele's PlanetPostgreSQL
On the dawn of the release of version 1.1.0 of Barman, we are proud to publish our first video/spot for the promotion of our open source tool. The goal of the video is to emphasize the importance of physical hot backups and disaster recovery solutions for PostgreSQL databases operating in business critical environments. One of the most important news for version 1.1.0 is the availability of Debian and Ubuntu packages (Barman will be officially shipped with Ubuntu 12.10), thanks to our Debian Developer Marco Nenciarini. Even though version 1.0 came out last July, Barman will be officially presented next Monday, October 15 in Prato (Italy), during the first workshop on disaster recovery of PostgreSQL databases with it. Enjoy this video (more…)