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From: "Colin Stearman" <cstearman(at)infofind(dot)com>
To: <pgsql-bugs(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: pg_dump/pg_restore
Date: 2002-11-24 05:12:49
Message-ID: 001e01c29378$23a13040$3301a8c0@Colin2000 (view raw or flat)
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Hi,

2 possible bugs in pg_dump/pg_restore related to large objects.

1. Large objects dumped, deleted then restored do not retain their original OIDs.  Big problem as we reference their OIDs in tables.
2. The pg_restore command --list indicated no Blobs in the dump file even when there are.  For example:
  .
  .
  72; 46588445 TABLE DATA table_3da6183d8bb21 nobody
  73; 46588481 TABLE DATA table_3da625d622b72 nobody
  74; 46588517 TABLE DATA table_3da625f19cc95 nobody
  75; 0 BLOBS BLOBS 

This is version 7.2.3 and the pg_dump used -c -C -o -Fc -Z1 -b switches,  pg_restore used no switches (other than -d, of course).

Thanks,
Colin
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