Your Option 1(Using psql CLI) is not possible since there is a firewall
that only allows connection from CF apps to postgres DB. Apps like psql CLI
that are outside of CF have no access to the postgres DB.
I just wanted to get some thoughts from this community since I presume many
would have faced a similar circumstance of importing large sets of data to
their DB which is behind a firewall and accessible only through CF apps.
On Wed, Dec 9, 2015 at 2:27 PM, Nicholas Calugar <ncalugar(a)pivotal.io>
You'll have to tell us more about how your PostgreSQL and CF was deployed,
but you might be able to connect to it from your local machine using the
psql CLI and the credentials for one of your bound apps. This takes CF out
of the equation other than the service binding providing the credentials.
If this doesn't work, there are a number of things that could be in the
way, i.e. firewall that only allows connection from CF or the PostgreSQL
server is on a different subnet. You can then try using some machine as a
jump box that will allow access to the PostgreSQL.
On Wed, Dec 9, 2015 at 9:40 AM Siva Balan <mailsiva(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Below is my requirement:
I have a postgres instance deployed on our corporate CF deployment. I
have created a service instance of this postgres and bound my app to it.
Now I need to import a very large dataset(millions of records) into this
As a CF user, I do not have access to any ports on CF other than 80 and
443. So I am not be able to use any of the native postgresql tools to
import the data. I can view and run simple SQL commands on this postgres
instance using the phppgadmin app that is also bound to my postgres service
Now, what is the best way for me to import this large dataset to my
postgres service instance?
All thoughts and suggestions welcome.