-bash-4.2$ psql -p 5444 -d mydb -U user1 Password for user user: psql.bin (184.108.40.206) Type "help" for help. mydb=#alter table Table1_arc rename to Table1_arc_27112020; mydb=#alter table Table2_arc rename to Table2_arc_27112020;Step 3:Create original *_arc table without data as mentioned below.
mydb=#create table Table1_arc as select * from Table1_arc_27112020 where 1=2; mydb=#create table Table2_arc as select * from Table2_arc_27112020 where 1=2;Step 4:Restart purging jobs
nohup /appdb/edb/scripts/run_archive_job_messagelog.sh 1>/appdb/edb/scripts/logs/nohup_archive_job_messagelog.log 2>&1 & nohup /appdb/edb/scripts/run_archive_job_Auditlog.sh 1>/appdb/edb/scripts/logs/nohup_archive_job_Auditlog.log 2>&1 &
vi Arch_Table1_arc_27112020.sh(b). Insert below command in Arch_Table1_arc_27112020.sh
export PGPASSWORD=user1 /appdb/edb/install/9.5AS/bin/psql -h x.x.x.85 -p 5444 -U user1 -d mydb -c "COPY (SELECT * FROM myschema.Table1_arc_27112020) TO STDOUT;" | /appdb/edb/install/9.5AS/bin/psql -h x.x.x.86 -p 5444 -U user1 -d mydb -c "COPY myschema.Table1_arc FROM STDIN;"(c). Grant read and write access to user1
chmod 755 Arch_Table1_arc_27112020.sh(d). run .sh file
nohup ./Arch_Table1_arc_27112020.sh > Arch_Table1_arc_27112020.log 2>&1 &
vi Table2_arc_27112020.sh(b). Insert below command in Arch_Table2_arc_27112020.sh
export PGPASSWORD=user1 /appdb/edb/install/9.5AS/bin/psql -h x.x.x.85 -p 5444 -U user1 -d mydb -c "COPY (SELECT * FROM myschema.Table2_arc_27112020) TO STDOUT;" | /appdb/edb/install/9.5AS/bin/psql -h x.x.x.86 -p 5444 -U user1 -d mydb -c "COPY myschema.Table2_arc FROM STDIN;"(c). Grant read and write access to user1
chmod 755 Arch_Table2_arc_27112020.sh(d). run .sh file
nohup ./Arch_Table2_arc_27112020.sh > Arch_Table2_arc_27112020.log 2>&1 &Finally I will verify the row count in .log file and will compare the this row count with Production tables.
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