Hi MattGorham, Below are the recommendations: 1.Scenario One: Two bart servers in two different geographic locations backing up the same postgres servers. Answer: Yes, You can setup the two BART servers over the different geographical locations and backing up the same Postgres Server and you can restore the backup from any of the BART servers. However, we recommend you schedule the backups at different time, so it will not conflict with each other. Recommendations: 1.Recommend same BART server version on both locations. 2.Recommend same configuration on both the BART servers. 3.Both BART servers and Postgres server are able to ping each other and 'scp','rsync' should be working fine. 4.Recommend the same BART catalog structure. 5.Recommend to schedule the backups at different time, So it will not conflict with each other. 2.Scenario Two: Two bart servers using a third party tool like rsync to replicate basebackups and wals between the two bart servers in different locations. Answer:Yes, You can send the BART backup using 'rsync' to other locations and then restore there. And you can replicate the basebackup and WALs between the two BART servers in different locations. Regards, Aamir Shaikh.
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Hi Sushmitha, It seems to network issue between Master( 172.31.0.99 ) and Slave( 172.31.5.37 ) servers. Could you please confirm the below things: efm.properties file: 1. bind.address=<IP>:<PORT> 2. admin.port=<PORT> Database: 1. Database port Please check the above 3 ports with 'telnet' command, Wheater it is open or not from Master to Slave and vice-versa.
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