This command can be run on any active node in the replication cluster to instruct all running repmgrd instances to "unpause" (following a previous execution of repmgr daemon pause) and resume normal failover/monitoring operation.
Note: It's important to wait a few seconds after restarting PostgreSQL on any node before running repmgr daemon pause, as the repmgrd instance on the restarted node will take a second or two before it has updated its status.
repmgr daemon unpause can be executed on any active node in the replication cluster. A valid repmgr.conf file is required. It will have no effect on nodes which are not already paused.
$ repmgr -f /etc/repmgr.conf daemon unpause NOTICE: node 1 (node1) unpaused NOTICE: node 2 (node2) unpaused NOTICE: node 3 (node3) unpaused
One of the following exit codes will be emitted by repmgr daemon unpause:
repmgrd could be unpaused on all nodes.
repmgrd could not be unpaused on one or mode nodes.