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Resetting transaction logs on Linux

Resetting transaction logs on Linux

If the PostgreSQL server does not start because of corruption to the control information, use the command
pg_resetxlog
to reset the control information.
To reset the control information of the PostgreSQL database, perform the following steps:
  1. Go to
    <Secure Agent installation directory>/apps/process-engine/data/db/postgresql-linux-x64-binaries/pgsql/bin
    .
  2. Run the following command:
    pg_resetxlog -D <path to postgreSQL data directory>
For example, you reset the transactions logs in the
Data
directory, if you run the following command:
pg_resetxlog -D "home/apps/process engine/data/PostGreSql/Data"


Updated August 03, 2020