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Creates a dump of the PostgreSQL database. Stores the specified number of dumps, deletes the old dumps.

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Installation:

pip install inipgdump

Creates a dump of the PostgreSQL database. The naming format of dump:

$host_$dbname_$datetime.dump

Stores the specified number of dumps, deletes the old dumps.

Options to create a dump taken from the configuration file in the following format:

[database]
DATABASE_NAME = your_value
DATABASE_USER = your_value
DATABASE_PASSWORD = your_value
DATABASE_HOST = your_value
DATABASE_PORT = your value

Usage:

(without rotation): inipgdump config_file.ini /dump/dir
(with rotation): inipgdump config_file.ini /dump/dir keep_count

Examples of usage in the cron:

# Daily backup
0 4 2-31 * 0-5 inipgdump /path/to/config_file.ini /dumps/daily 7
# Weekly backup
0 4 2-31 * 6 inipgdump /path/to/config_file.ini /dumps/weekly 8
# Monthly backup
0 4 1 2-12 * inipgdump /path/to/config_file.ini /dumps/monthly 12
# Yearly backup
0 4 1 1 * inipgdump /path/to/config_file.ini /dumps/yearly 10

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