The pgdump running mode executes either a pg_dump or pg_dumpall database backup against another PostgreSQL database.
|PGDUMP_DB||None||Name of the database the backup is being performed on.|
|PGDUMP_HOST||None||Hostname of the database the backup is being performed on.|
|PGDUMP_PASS||None||Password for the PostgreSQL role being used.|
|PGDUMP_USER||None||Username for the PostgreSQL role being used.|
|PGDUMP_CUSTOM_OPTS||None||Advanced options to pass into
|PGDUMP_FILENAME||dump||Name of the file created by the
|PGDUMP_PORT||5432||Port of the PostgreSQL database to connect to.|
|CRUNCHY_DEBUG||FALSE||Set this to true to enable debugging in logs. Note: this mode can reveal secrets in logs.|
For a list of advanced options for configuring the `PGDUMP_CUSTOM_OPTS` variable, see the official documentation: https://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/static/app-pgdump.html https://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/static/app-pg-dumpall.html
Backups are stored in a mounted backup volume location, using the database host name plus -backups as a sub-directory, then followed by a unique backup directory based upon a date/timestamp. It is left to the user to perform database backup archives in this current version of the container. This backup location is referenced when performing a database restore.