If you have experience running PostgreSQL in a production environment, you know that maintaining database backups is a daunting task. In the event of a catastrophic failure, data corruption, or other forms of data loss, the ability to quickly restore from these backups will be vital for minimizing downtime. If you’re managing a database, maintaining your backups and getting your recovery strategy in order is probably the first check on your checklist. 

Perhaps, this has already given you one headache or two because creating and restoring backups for large PostgreSQL databases can be a very slow process.

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