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Point-in-time recovery (PITR) in the context of computers involves systems whereby an administrator can restore or recover a set of data or a particular setting from a time in the past. Note for example Windows XP's capability to restore operating-system settings from a past date (before data corruption occurred, for example). Time Machine for Mac OS X provides another example of point-in-time recovery.
- PostgreSQL Continuous Archiving and Point-In-Time Recovery (PITR) blog/article
- MySQL 8.0 Point-in-Time Recovery Using the Binary Log
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