I first started to work as a PostgreSQL Database and Linux System Administrator around 2010, working on a large number of servers in the Belgian health-care area, deploying software upgrades, handling database backups and keeping systems up-and-running. I've been passionate about database backups, disaster recovery and high-availability since then. I've also been a PostgreSQL consultant: training, support, customer consultancy and as much contribution to the PostgreSQL community as possible. Finally, I'm currently working as Database Backup Architect for EDB, mainly focused on pgBackRest contribution and support.
Your pg_dump takes forever? You want to save your data more frequently? Have you ever heard of Point-in-time recovery?
In his talk, we'll introduce what is called Point-in-time Recovery (aka "live backup").
We'll see how to achieve it step-by-step if you want to do manually: