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Databases - Practical PostgreSQL
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Initializing a Secondary Database Location

If you are not interested in creating a new database cluster, but simply wish to store a particular database in a different data directory, use initlocation . The initlocation program creates the directories needed for a secondary database storage area. For more information on how to create a database in a secondary data storage area, refer to the Section called Creating and Removing a Database " later in this chapter. Here is the syntax for initlocation :

  initlocation 
directory

In this syntax, directory is the path for the new secondary database location. This command should be run as the user which runs the postmaster , so that it will have the necessary rights in the created path.

Example 9-8 demonstrates how to initialize a secondary database storage area in the /usr/local/pgsql/booktown2 directory:

Example 9-8. Initializing a Secondary Database Location

[[email protected] ~]$ 
initlocation /usr/local/pgsql/booktown2

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